NewEnergyNews: 5 Climate Crisis Lessons From Covid

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  • Efforts In Grid Modernization Leap Ahead

    Friday, September 11, 2020

    5 Climate Crisis Lessons From Covid

    5 things COVID-19 has taught us about fighting climate change

    Suzanne DiBianca, 2 Sewptember 2020 (World Economic Forum)

    “…[COVID-19 has shown, we do have the means to meet the climate crisis that] is happening right before our eyes…Solving the climate crisis will address inequality and racism, strengthen the economy, and promote global health. But the clock is ticking. Failure to address the climate crisis at the scale and speed necessary threatens the future of humanity…Here are five lessons COVID-19 has taught us about tackling climate change…1. The planet will not wait…Coming out of the COVID-19 crisis, we have an opportunity to combine a safe recovery with a sustainable recovery…2. We’re more resilient when we work together…As climate change continues to advance and our resilience is put to the test, it is clear we will only come through this by working together…

    3. Adversity prompts innovation…Throughout the crisis, we have seen accelerated leaps forward in innovative solutions – from the quick development of ‘track and trace’ apps to help stem the spread of the virus, to tech to help us get back to work. Similarly, innovation is also key to taking on climate change…4. Digital is imperative…The pandemic exposed the need for cloud-based solutions, and solidified the trend that cloud computing is here to stay…5. Leaders must be bold and transparent…Local governments, cities and businesses have taken responding to COVID-19 into their own hands…Similarly strong leadership will be needed to tackle climate change…[and] show how to make real changes to secure a sustainable, resilient future.” click here for more

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