The Centre for Policy Research (CPR) and International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) have published a policy brief titled "Development and Climate Policy Synergies: Insights from Global Modelling Studies".
India's approach to climate policy is based on amplifying synergies between sustainable development and climate outcomes, or co-benefits. However, the evidence base for the magnitude of these synergies remains limited.
This brief summarizes the result of global models, which provide strong evidence of complementarities between climate mitigation outcomes, reduced air pollution and enhanced energy security. These results are robust across a wide range of models. They suggest there are considerable gains across multiple objectives of development policy from pursuing India's stated co-benefits approach to climate policy.
The brief is attached below and can also be accessed here.