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This paper focuses on the ways in which policymakers can improve policy-performance and decision-making for Co-Benefits by using as Systems Analytical Decision-Making Model.
The paper, which is yet tp be officially unpublished, was first delivered at the U.S. - Japan Workshop on Climate Actins and Developmental Co-Benefits, in March, 5-6, 2007, in Washington, DC held at the World Resources Institute.
The correspoding presentation is attached to the profile in the presentation section of my profile. The paper and presentation were subsequently adapted and was included in the Society of Learning, (SoL), Sustainability Consortium Newsletter Summer, 2008, that focuses on othe ways in which Best Practices can be used to improve policy performance in dynamic political situations. The newsletter version of the paper is aslo attached to this profile.
Note: This is an unpublished paper, if you wish to use it in part or in whole, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.