Hunter Lovins, Sandrine Dixson-Declѐve, Mamphela Ramphele, Crafting The Post COVID World, The Solutions Journal, Volume 11, Issue 2, May 2020, ( Abstract: We will emerge from this emergency. When we do, what kind of a world do we want to create? COVID-19 is killing hundreds of thousands of us. The lockdown that governments hope will stem its spread has revealed the fragility of the global economy with devastating impacts on vulnerable populations. The unfolding tragedy for millions of people is far from over. Yet several things are clear: • This will hurt the poorest among us worst, and • We will emerge from this emergency. When we do, we will have to answer several urgent questions: What has the pandemic taught us about the structural failures of our prior world? And can we now build a better one? People will be desperate to “return to normal” but normal was a horrible world for many people. In the west, levels of teen suicide[1] are high and rising. Deforestation, biodiversity loss, and climate change are already killing people. Vulnerable populations across the developing world already suffer the ravages of … Topics: