Green economy and the post-coronavirus recovery: A sustainable approach

Keywords: COVID-19, Environmental Repercussions, Stimulus Packages, Recovery Plans

Abstract

The COVID-19 has evolved from a widespread public health crisis to a major economic shock. It has posed long-lasting social, business, and environmental repercussions for us. Various governments are working to put in place the enormous size of stimulus packages and recovery plans to create income opportunities and economic growth. It is very important to evaluate the environmental impacts of stimulus packages and recovery plans for sustainable economic growth and build a resilient society. It will not drastically increase the cost of recovery but can provide a safer and sound future for us.

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Published
2021-02-16
How to Cite
Sandhu, S. (2021). Green economy and the post-coronavirus recovery: A sustainable approach. Journal of Economic Info, 8(2), 48-50. https://doi.org/10.31580/jei.v8i2.1826
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Editorial