Green recovery stimulus packages needs to be equitable by supporting indigenous and low-income communities.
Collaboration at all levels including between governments, industry bodies and communities is key to achieve a green recovery
Equality in green recovery can be achieved by training, reskilling and upskilling women and youths.
Investments into renewable energies, building efficiency and green transport could create up to 20 million jobs by 2023.
Smart water management can support green recovery by increasing water reuse and reducing costs and carbon footprint.
Eco-friendly buildings can contribute to green recovery through energy efficiency and green investments.
Green recovery efforts in Latin America, Canada and the UK fall short but opportunities to recovery still exist.
Eco-tourism in protected areas can amplify green recovery by generating income-multipliers for local communities
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