Mitigation measures to improve air quality and climate are inherently interlinked, as changes to Near Term Climate Forcers, such as tropospheric ozone and aerosols, impact both atmospheric pollution abundances and climate. The impacts of NTCFs on climate offer the opportunity for developing emission mitigation strategies that have co-benefits for air quality improvement and climate change mitigation, although these interactions are poorly understood. Here, I will present two different methods that assess the impact from different emission mitigation strategies on future air pollutants. An ozone parametric model has been developed and subsequently used to assess the impact from future anthropogenic emissions on tropospheric ozone. Additionally HadGEM3-UKCA, a composition climate model, is used to quantify the co-benefits to future air quality from implementing carbon mitigation measures to stabilise future climate.