Will sustainability still be relevant after COVID-19?

In a recent article published in Time Magazine, Christina Figueres, one of the key negotiators and architects of the Paris Climate Agreement at COP21, posed the following question: “Could the devastating impact of the new coronavirus pandemic destroy the momentum that the climate movement has built up over the last year? Some say so, fearing that the economic fallout will push climate down the list of priorities for governments... That can’t happen because what brought us to this point of unprecedented interest in taking climate action is climate change itself. We have witnessed huge, record-breaking fires and floods, from California to Siberia, all in the space of one…
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