Accounting for sustainable development co-benefits: insights from local experiences with climate resilience interventions
Every investment decision shapes outcomes in the real world, and can have numerous non-intentional, positive or negative wider economic, social and environmental impacts. Particularly during the current COVID-19 pandemic, it is essential that investments are made responsibly, without harming the economy, the environment or our communities. Recovery from this crisis should mark the beginning of a global transformation to strong, sustainable, inclusive and resilient economic development and growth.
Swenja Surminski, Viktor Roezer and Sophie Dicker, 2022. Accounting for sustainable development co-benefits: insights from local experiences with climate resilience interventions. In: The Development Corridors Partnership (2022). Impact Assessment for Corridors: From Infrastructure to Development Corridor. Hobbs, J. and Juffe-Bignoli, D. (eds.). Cambridge: The Development Corridors Partnership.