(Not so) green recovery: UNEP and University of Oxford warn world is failing to 'build back better'

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$66.1bn has been spent by 50 largest economies in wake of pandemic, report calculates | Credit: Orsted
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$66.1bn has been spent by 50 largest economies in wake of pandemic, report calculates | Credit: Orsted

Analysis of 50 major economies' post-Covid spending programmes concludes policymakers are wasting major opportunity to a build safer world and greener economy in wake of pandemic

The fiscal spending plans of major economies in the wake of the coronavirus crisis have fallen far short of ensuring the recovery from the crisis does not exacerbate the ongoing climate and nature crises,...

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