A review of what think tanks and civil society are saying on the conditions for a green and sustainable recovery from the COVID-19 crisis
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Eloïse holds a business degree and a masters degree in Political Economy of Europe from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Prior to joining IEEP, she was a trainee at DG Environment of the European Commission, in the economic analysis and strategy unit. She worked for a year in environmental NGOs in India and Italy as a project manager. She also worked at the French parliament as a parliamentary assistant. She is fluent in French and English and has a basic knowledge of Italian and Mandarin.
According to the legal scholar Edith Brown Weiss, every generation needs to pass on the Earth and its natural resources in no worse conditions than it received them, by preserving the diversity of natural resources, maintaining the quality of the environment, and ensuring non-discriminatory access among generations to the Earth and its resources.
According to IEEP’s calculations, an additional €381 billion of revenues in “pollution dividends” could be generated to support workers, households, countries and regions affected by the economic aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This policy report produced by IEEP for the FEPS foundation analyses how to achieve sustainability and equity between the people, regions, countries and generations of Europe in a post-COVID-19 era.
How can we create a sustainable Europe post-COVID-19? Join government representatives and researchers to discuss a Green Deal for all on 4 May 2020, 12:50-14:15.