Can the global Green New Deal movement survive the pandemic?

Pegels, Anna / Clara Brandi / Tilman Altenburg
External Publications (2020)

published on greengrowthknowledge.org, 30.04.2020 (Online)

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COVID-19 has quickly developed from a global health crisis into a severe economic one. But this may be an opportunity to restructure our economies and channel funds into green investments. Politically informed smart green transformations will prioritize win-wins over costlier reform processes that risk turning into dead ends and make sure as much environmental conditionality as possible is added to the non-green bailouts that will be part of economic recovery packages.

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Altenburg, Tilman

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Brandi, Clara

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