How the ever-changing consumer landscape impacted industries across the world? With stores closed, people quarantined indoors, what are the implications on the various food, retail, auto industries etc.?....Impacted key industries are taking steps to withstand the change and adopting new ways to move forward...
What practices are being adopted across the globe? Insights from around the world on fighting this pandemic while reviving the economy and keeping their populations healthy
Pandemic-Resistant Economies.....On March 31, Andy Revkin hosted a webinar with Herman Daly and Kate Raworth on Pandemic-Resistant Economies as part of his “Sustain What” Webcast series. The conversation explored ways of rethinking how human progress should be pursued and measured. Andy Revkin is the Director of the Initiative on Communication & Sustainability at The Earth Institute at Colombia University. Herman E. Daly, a founding force behind “steady-state economics,” will examine possible paths to less fragile global systems with Kate Raworth, whose “doughnut economics” model aims to build economic policies and metrics that put thriving ahead of growing.
- Pandemic Pivots - Insights From Asia....Asian countries were among the first to be impacted by COVID-19 and have delivered some of the most effective healthcare responses. Businesses have adapted to the challenges quickly too and Asian economies appear to be rebounding rapidly.
This episode of ESGX Live will explore:
1. Where and how have Asian countries been most impacted by COVID-19 and what opportunities has this created?
2. How are commercial and philanthropic organisations responding? Where are the opportunities and what are the risks?
3. What are the longer-term implications for the world’s economic center of gravity? How should companies, investors and philanthropists respond?