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Post-Covid Live 5: Farming the Future

"What is key is to restore natural capital and the ecosystem services that flow from them, and enhance human well-being as well as that of the planet."

Published: Tuesday 9 June, 2020



Post-Covid Live addresses the nature of society, the kind of government and the form of economy we will need and want after the crisis. It is no longer possible to endorse the market as the primary mechanism for creating value and solving problems. What kind of values will guarantee quality of life for all and how will they be created and defended? How will the major challenges of our times be tackled - the ones we cannot quarantine ourselves from - climate change, social inequality, food waste, mass displacement?

Professor Henrietta L. Moore is the Founder and Director of the Institute for Global Prosperity

Image credit: Derived from Javier Allegue Barros on Unsplash



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