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Thanks in large part to the growing number of integrated assessments, tools and good examples, international interest in applying integrated co-governance approaches to solve connected climate, environmental and development problems have grown substantially since the early 1990s. Many countries are now assessing the benefits of integrating their climate and air pollution strategies and measures.
This report presents local and national examples from China and other countries, which demonstrate the growing interest in and application of integrated co-governance approaches around the world.