Stimulating the global economy to recover from the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic must be done in a sustainable and future-focused way.
That's the suggestion from Hanno Schoklitsch, CEO and Founder of Kaiserwetter, who spoke to future Net Zero about the effects of Covid-19 and how it would be likely to affect global efforts towards reaching net zero by 2050.
He said that it was vital to stimulate the economy in an environmentally-friendly way and stressed that especially when using public money, people and businesses should continue to invest in renewables and clean energy to work towards net zero, even if it is more expensive than falling back on older technologies in the short term.
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