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The impact of COVID-19 on economies in the Alpine region


The COVID 19 pandemic hit Europe in 2020. Government restrictions and voluntary changes in consumption and mobility behaviour led to a sharp decline in mainly non-essential activities. Economic stimulus measures were taken to support the economy. The document delivers findings on the territorial impacts and drivers of the pandemic for the Alpine Space, as well as insights from the four pilot regions of the project "Alpine Convention: Sectoral Development of the Green Economy in the Alpine Space". The pandemic exacerbates challenges and creates opportunities to make developments more sustainable.

Series
Texte | 167/2021
Number of pages
56
Year of publication
Author(s)
Dr. Sabine Zillmer, Christian Lüer, Marianne Badura, Dorothea Palenberg, Wolfgang Pfefferkorn
Language
English
Project No. (FKZ)
3718 16 105 0
Publisher
German Environment Agency
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File size
4708 KB
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 Alpine Region  Covid 19  Green Economy  Alpine Convention  pandemic