Fighting climate change may be cheaper and more beneficial than we think

Governments aren’t calculating the true cost of fighting climate change when they fail to take into account side effects such as fewer deaths from air pollution — co-benefits that make the net cost of climate action as low as zero, growing evidence shows.

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