The new publication puts landscape at the heart of the UK’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, exploring how we can restart the economy while addressing entrenched health inequalities and tackling the ever-accelerating climate crisis.
‘The economic and social recovery from COVID-19 must be green‘, argues a new policy paper from the Landscape Institute (LI).
Building on the public stimulus announcements made in July 2020 and ahead of the Autumn Statement, the LI urges the UK Government to seize a ‘once-in-a generation chance’ to invest for a truly green recovery. In its new report, Greener Recovery: Delivering a sustainable recovery from COVID-19, the Institute describes what role the landscape sector can play in contributing towards a sustainable economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and what more the government needs to do to enable this.
Posted On: 21/09/2020