Amsterdam will base it recovery on the "doughnut" model. Both meeting minimum standard of living and living inside the ecological limits.

"The model, developed by U.K. economist Kate Raworth, is a simple way to illustrate a complex goal. The inner ring of the doughnut represents minimum standards of living, based on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. This entails the basic essentials everyone needs to thrive, from food and clean water to gender equality and adequate housing. According to the model, no one should fall into the hole in the center of the doughnut, which would mean they don’t have enough to afford basic needs. The outer ring of the doughnut represents the ecological limits of the planet, from biodiversity loss and air pollution to climate breakdown. Amsterdam wants to stay between the inner and outer rings."
Amsterdam is now using the "doughnut" model of economics

That both cities and countries are seeing the great benefits from a green recovery from the Corona outbreak.

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France, Germany join group of 10 EU countries calling for green recovery –