Report published on consumption post-COVID-19
Researchers at the Sustainable Consumption Institute (SCI) have published a report detailing how the current pandemic might lead to changes in production and consumption.
As a contribution to the public debate on what the world will look like when we get through the COVID-19 pandemic, SCI members and associated researchers decided to collectively develop a report which aims to provide much-needed evidence for a possible acceleration of the transition to sustainable consumption and production.
In the report, we present evidence on how normality has been disrupted in the provision of food, mobility and other sectors. We include a discussion on the likelihood that so-called 'behavioural changes' will be retained after the crisis ends, and provide a discussion of possible futures out of the crisis.
Recommended reading for anyone interested in our shared future!