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Articulating social and environmental policy for post-COVID-19 recovery in Latin America and the Caribbean: The post COVID-19 recovery: How to articulate integrated responses to the health, economic and climate crises in Latin America and the Caribbean

Source(s):  United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

UNEP Regional Office in Latin America and the Caribbean has produced the series of policy briefs Articulating social and environmental policy for post-COVID-19 recovery.

This document describes the opportunities to integrate five key high opportunity areas, with the capacity to generate substantial economic growth and millions of decent jobs (pp. 2-5):

  1. Intensify deployment of renewable energy & energy efficiency;
  2. Deliver clean air and better health through electric mobility;
  3. Gradually reduce fossil fuel subsidies and tax emissions;
  4. Make ecosystems, food and rural livelihoods resilient;
  5. Make cities resilient.



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  • Articulating social and environmental policy for post-COVID-19 recovery in Latin America and the Caribbean: The post COVID-19 recovery: How to articulate integrated responses to the health, economic and climate crises in Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Publication date 2020
  • Number of pages 21 p.

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