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Clean energy and climate change unlikely to lead American recovery

On May 11, 2020
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But there will still be a push to green the economy while also rebuilding it.

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On May 11, 2020
@ChristopherNFox shared
"Economists, investors and environmentalists are calling on the United States — and the world — to inject big clean energy and climate policy into recovery plans." https://t.co/g5S2f0eQ7E via @AmyAHarder #BuildBackBetter
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Clean energy and climate change unlikely to lead American recovery

Clean energy and climate change unlikely to lead American recovery

But there will still be a push to green the economy while also rebuilding it.

Clean energy and climate change unlikely to lead recovery from coronavirus

Clean energy and climate change unlikely to lead recovery from coronavirus

But there will still be a push to green the economy while also rebuilding it.

Green recovery can revive virus-hit economies and tackle climate change, study says

Green recovery can revive virus-hit economies and tackle climate change, study says

Massive programmes of green public investment would be the most cost-effective way both to revive virus-hit economies and strike a decisive blow against climate change, top U.S. and British ...

Green recovery can revive virus-hit economies and tackle climate change - study

Green recovery can revive virus-hit economies and tackle climate change - study

Huge financial packages to cushion shock of coronavirus pandemic are a unique opportunity to drive a shift to a low-carbon future, say economists

Could COVID-19 mark a ‘turning point’ in the climate crisis?

Could COVID-19 mark a ‘turning point’ in the climate crisis?

'The COVID-19 crisis could mark a turning point in progress on climate change.'

Growth or Inclusion?

Growth or Inclusion?

Once again, a macro-distributional view is essential, not only to avoid excessively unequal outcomes for moral or social reasons, but also to ensure that the policies promoting a growing ...

Leading economists: Green COVID-19 recovery best for jobs and growth

Leading economists: Green COVID-19 recovery best for jobs and growth

Joseph Stiglitz and Lord Nicholas Stern co-author paper setting out evidence green stimulus measures offer best pathway to economic recovery.

Building back better: A net-zero emissions recovery

Building back better: A net-zero emissions recovery

Analysis of possible COVID-19 economic recovery packages shows the potential for strong alignment between the economy and the environment.  read more »

Fighting the climate crisis need not mean halting economic growth

Fighting the climate crisis need not mean halting economic growth

The shift to a green economy can spur innovation and prosperity if we change the quality of growth

Dems struggle to piece together energy-jobs transition

Dems struggle to piece together energy-jobs transition

House Democrats are preparing to unveil a report on comprehensive policy to tackle climate change, but labor leaders and environmentalists say they’re falling short on jobs-transition ...

How to save economy and climate together

How to save economy and climate together

7 May, 2020 − There’s growing agreement by economists and scientists: Covid-19 needs the world to rescue both economy and climate together.

Prospering in a Climate-Impacted Society

Prospering in a Climate-Impacted Society

Youth and Leaders Summit 2020 organized by Paris School of International Affairs of Sciences Po (PSIA)

Joseph Stiglitz: Corporate greed is accelerating climate change. But we can still head off disaster

Joseph Stiglitz: Corporate greed is accelerating climate change. But we can still head off disaster

The good news on this Earth Day is that a change toward pro-Earth policies can make a big difference, writes Joseph E. Stiglitz, University Professor at Columbia University and winner of ...

The nearly five decades of Nobel Prize-winning work on the economics of climate change is just the beginning

The nearly five decades of Nobel Prize-winning work on the economics of climate change is just the beginning

There are still several serious challenges to truly understanding the economic impact of climate change, as pioneered by new Nobel laureate William Nordhaus.