New Op-Ed: COVID-19 recovery spending could catalyze transformative change, but time is running out

December 21, 2020 by Cassandra Ceballos

Written by Cassandra Breeze Ceballos and Dr. Elizabeth Sawin; __published in full by The Hill

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If enough money is injected into an economy, recovery will happen. But struggling communities around the world are calling for more than recovery. They are calling for a transformation that includes justice and decisive climate action. Visionary leaders, like those behind the projects we’ve described above, are showing that a transformative recovery is possible. But it won’t happen by accident and it won’t happen with the plans currently on the books. There’s still time for a transformative recovery, but there’s less of it every day.

Read the Op-ed