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UK Government To Straighten Out A Sustainable Economic Recovery

Due to the coronavirus crisis, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other government officials need to plan and straighten out for a green economic recovery.

Due to the coronavirus crisis, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other government officials need to plan and straighten out for a green economic recovery.

Government advisors warned that because of the coronavirus crisis, UK must avoid falling into a deeper environmental crisis. On Wednesday they said that, ministers should ensure that funds are set aside for a post coronavirus economic recovery.

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The chief executives from British organisations called on the government to invest in infrastructure, technology and skills to create jobs that help sustainability. They mentioned that companies that do not have a proper climate plan must be excluded.

Government was also urged to restore ecosystems on land and in oceans by incentivising walking and cycling, support sustainable food, farming and fishing as well as swiftly pass environmental laws to bring in targets in law to restore ecosystems. They stated that the UK government should bring global leaders together to plan for a sustainable economic recovery.

The Managing Director for Iceland Food, Richard Walker said: “The economic recovery from this global health crisis must out the restoration of nature at its heart-because that is the only way we can continue to power our human endeavor sustainably. If nature is protected, we are protected.”

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Johnson is expected to make a speech on Sunday which may lead to a limited relaxation of lockdown rules.

Clearly the chief executives of different companies in UK as well as the general public expect the Prime Minister to incorporate the issue of economic recovery in his speech this Sunday.

 

 

ViaBBC
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