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Cementing environmental concerns as a pillar of economic recovery is the right move. So why do we not value things accordingly? #TrueCost #SocialValueMatters
The European Union will unveil its plan to reduce the environmental footprint of its #farming and food production industry, forging ahead with its ambitious #GreenDeal agenda to make the bloc #climateneutral by 2050. Read more via @BNNBloomberg. #agrifood https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/greener-farms-and-healthier-food-key-to-europe-s-climate-plan-1.1438564
"Since the crisis has multiple interconnected dimensions [...] a systemic approach—rather than a sector-by-sector sequential approach—is essential."
The economy does not exist in isolation from health and wellbeing, so it only makes sense to account for the #socialimpact
#HumanDevelopment is on course to decline for the first time in 30 years because of #COVID19. Targeting inequality gaps early now will be critical to prevent a deeper social & economic crisis.
@HDRUNDP's #HDPerspectives offers data to #BuildBackBetter: http://hdr.undp.org/en/hdp-covid
In this blog, SIMNA Board member Ross Wyatt writes 'Great social impact #measurement can go a long way to guide the global economic #rebuild... to ensure that sense of #community is valued alongside purchasing power.' https://bit.ly/transform-SIM #BuildBackBetter @Think_Impact
“New Zealand budgets to improve the #wellbeing of its citizens rather than focusing on productivity and GDP growth. And not so coincidentally, New Zealand has one of the best coronavirus outcomes of any democracy in the world.” https://twitter.com/WEAll_Alliance/status/1262431519513214979
Admist the #COVID19 pandemic, govs are wrestling with how to #BuildBackBetter. #NewZealand is putting #wellbeing at the forefront of their policymaking - setting an ex for other govs struggling to support their people. Read more from @buildresilience: