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C40 and Novo Nordisk partner to show benefits of green policies


The C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group (C40) has teamed up with global health care company Novo Nordisk to establish an evidence base aimed at helping mayors push through climate change projects. C40 will draw on Novo Nordisk’s research teams to flesh out green policies, which have benefits for the environment and the health of citizens. Mexico City was highlighted as an example of the sort of evidence the partnership will be delivering. Once the most polluted city on the planet, a monitoring network was introduced to measure air quality, alongside new policies, which have led to a reduction in pollutants. The project is now recognised as one of the most successful and long-lasting health protection programmes in Mexico.

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