Position of Paul Lehmann and Erik Gawel on green ways out of the Corona crisis

The window of opportunity opened up by the corona crisis must be used without straying off course in terms of regulatory policy. Green development programmes must not be allowed to degenerate into pure subsidy competition, write Erik Gawel and Paul Lehmann, environmental economists at the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research and the University of Leipzig. Green stimuli must make sense in terms of stabilisation and environmental policy.

Read the position in the Tagesspiegel Background here (article in German).