Leading figures from across the green economy offer their perspectives on how to respond to the Covid-19 crisis
BusinessGreen asked some of the top experts from across the green economy how they thought the coronavirus crisis would impact the sector and how businesses should respond. Their many and varied responses make for essential reading.
Green businesses can lead the recovery and also equip others to create a more sustainable future, argues Forum for the Future's Hannah Pathak
The scale of state intervention to help economies recover provides a once in a lifetime opportunity to stimulate low carbon industries, argues Julie Hirigoyen of the UK Green Building Council
The pandemic-induced lockdown has underlined how critical recycling is to UK supply chains, argues Viridor's Tim Rotheray
Covid-19 and climate change are vastly different crises, but the public health threat they pose and means of overcoming them may hold similarities, argues the REA's Dr Nina Skorupska
Businesses must continue to make the case for climate ambition and stand against regulatory rollbacks, argues Verisk Maplecroft's Will Nichols
The future we create for our society and our planet will depend on agile, compassionate leadership, argues Eliot Whittington, director of the Corporate Leaders Groups
Covid-19 highlights humanity's dependence on nature and its processes, writes Neil Wallis of the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership
Robertsbridge's Christopher Broadbent argues the coronavirus crisis is providing a 'test run lite of what will happen if we miss our emissions targets'