One silver lining of the pandemic may be to accelerate the transformation to a “green” global economy. The related investment could boost demand, and possibly potential growth, in those countries introducing green stimulus measures. But it seems unlikely to transform the outlook for global warming and prevent the damage to those – generally poorer – countries that will be most directly affected by climate change.
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