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Recovery strategies aligned with Paris Agreement will be essential. Find out what is the trend at this stage and implications.

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Matt Chester on May 6, 2020

Two cases stand out : South Korea and the EU. But delivering on the ambitions and commitments will be key.

While the jury is still out and amidst a strengthening case for green recovery strategies, a number of governments fail to seize the historical opportunity to put their countries and the world on a different, more sustainable track and to build on competitive and available low carbon solutions

What's frustrating about this is that this isn't an instance where time is allotted to see the good and the bad from different strategies and then implement the best one; by the time South Korea, EU, and others show the benefits of a 'green'-focused recovery strategy, it will be too late for others to follow that roadmap. 

With that in mind, what do you think is the key to getting more countries to adopt the right recovery strategy the first time around, Marc-Antoine?

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