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Climate for Sustainable Growth - Ghana case study

This case study is part of the CEPS project ‘Climate for Sustainable Growth’, whose main objective is to analyse the impacts of climate change mitigation measures on the three pillars of sustainable
development: the economic, environmental and social dimensions.
It does so by looking at the positive as well as negative, both intended and unintended, impacts of climate change mitigation policies and projects. While this case study fully recognizes that policies have
both positive and negative impacts, the focus of is on (potential) negative impacts of climate change mitigation policies.
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Authors

Former Deputy Director of CEPS Energy Climate House & Head, Carbon Market Forum
Former Research Assistant at CEPS
Former Research Assistant at CEPS