The impacts of 2020 that could ripple for years to come

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'Stay at home' - those three simple words that sum up 2020 have had a huge impact, the complexity of which will take years to unravel, writes AECOM's Robert Spencer

The way we work, travel, socialise and consume changed beyond recognition in the few minutes on the evening of 23 March 2020 when the UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, addressed the nation to say that...

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