Ethiopia’s path to net zero and climate-resilient development: policies, costs, and co-benefits

This research focuses on climate change mitigation and adaptation in Ethiopia, estimating the costs of action and the benefits of a range of economic, social, and environmental impacts. Notably, it considers how climate change action, aiming to achieve the ambitious goal of net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by midcentury, will impact income inequality, poverty, employment, and ecosystem services. It also considers impacts on air pollution and how this affects human health.