In this article, Supriya Prakash Sen identifies the priorities that can help put our world back together post COVID-19 and ensure we continue to survive the impending effects of climate change.
Solving the Covid-19 crisis should not come at the expense of the Climate. This is a post about why we should solve for the impending Climate Emergency in designing our new world post-pandemic – and the actions that we need to take before it is too late.
Many of the finest economic and regulatory minds are now collectively debating as to how to produce or build ‘more’ of everything (from masks to medicines to consumer and capital goods and services) in order to make sure we can go back as a society to “business as usual”, or the times of pre-Covid.
Risk perception is seen to be at an all time high- with income inequality, nationalism, politicization and financialization all adding to the unholy mix. Faced with prospects of subdued demand, supply chain disruption, credit defaults and unprecedented unemployment, the biggest fear is of ‘de-growth’.
Key points include:
- Reconstructing the economic model with cognizance of the Climate Emergency
- Green economic stimulus framework
- 5 immediate and major business, economic, societal shifts
Read the full article, Priorities for Putting back putting back together our world post-Covid19, on LinkedIn.