There is ample reason for people to be anxious and some popular pain points have increased with the pandemic.
Infrastructure spending is an important part of the fiscal stimulus packages that governments around the world are putting in place to revive their economies following the COVID-19 recession.
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the digital transformation. Among others, it led to the advent of a new “touchless” industry, opening up new opportunities.
Despite the pandemic’s disproportionate impact on older population cohorts, we do not see the ongoing fundamental demographic shift as being derailed.
They are thrusting biodiversity into the spotlight, pushing companies toward greater sustainability within their supply chains – a trend newly covered in our Green attitude subtheme.
The world needs to decarbonize economic activity substantially to achieve the greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions set out in the 2015 Paris Agreement.