From the Covid-19 crisis towards a sustainable economic recovery
The fast global economic slowdown resulting form the strict emergency measures adopted by many countries to counter the spread of Covid-19 spurred a loud public debate around the sustainability of the global economy. On the one hand, it generated some positive environmental effects. On the other, it shed light on the vulnerability of the last decade’s economic development. As a result, many expert voices are now calling for more sustainable post-Covid-19 recovery plans, often referred to as “Green New Deal”.
Governments can take action in the shorter and longer term with recovery plans and economic stimulus packages that are linked to a more sustainable development. Various countries have announced such goals – and not necessarily the “usual suspects” – while others are merely focused on a quick economic recovery, without sustainability considerations.
This webinar provides an overview of:
9 am US EST / 2 pm BST / 3 pm CEST