Investing more in cycling and walking would boost both physical and economic health, with a typical return of $5 for every $1 spent on cycling infrastructure.
Collaboration is better than competition when it comes to making markets do what we want in an economic crisis.
The oil and gas industry was in trouble before the pandemic hit, but now it faces potential collapse. A majority of Canadians want the federal government to invest in a 'green recovery.'
A law to fast-track development consents is being fast-tracked itself. Before it's too late, politicians should insist on greater protection against long-term environmental damage.
President Buhari's Post COVID-19 economic recovery plan is neither novel nor ground-breaking.
Building a greener economy starts at home.
Nigeria's post COVID-19 economic recovery plan appears to be a good start. But the government’s plan leaves a lot to be desired.
PODCAST: The third part of a series from The Anthill Podcast on how the world recovered from major crises throughout history focuses on the recovery after 1918.
There is a case to be made for a new Commonwealth agency to lead the recovery effort, built on the model of the Department of Post-War Reconstruction after the second world war.
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, regional Australia needs local government to emulate the example of the local councils that brought prosperity to North Queensland after the second world war.
Māori knowledge, memory and cultural strength will only enhance New Zealand's economic recovery planning – if they are listened to.
New Zealand's 2020 "pandemic budget" should shift spending priorities towards a flexible and targeted approach to economic recovery.
Just as it did 75 years ago, the UK government has a chance to build back better from a crisis.
Green drinks and meditation won't solve the childcare crisis for women - we need free universal childcare to stay.
Previous shocks show that smart spending and building public confidence are crucial to the speed and shape of economic recovery.
Climate action is a vital protection against further global shocks, especially as governments plan their post-pandemic stimulus packages.
Smaller projects are better for delivering broad, long-term value to communities across the country, reducing inequality and cutting emissions, as well as quickly providing jobs and economic stimulus.
The UK must look now to a package of long-term measures that includes investment in industry and public services, increased unemployment benefits and universal basic income.
As countries get ready to re-open their economies, will there be a post-pandemic recovery? History and current economic models suggest those looking for a quick rebound will be disappointed.
An economic downturn as severe as the great depression is possible, but what should emerge out of it?