Future-proofing cities in a post-pandemic world
Four capabilities to build resiliency in cities
In September 2020, when most of the world was grappling with COVID-19, life in Singapore seemed almost normal. Not only were businesses, workplaces, restaurants, and other public places fully open, limited air travel was also permitted.
Now more than ever, governments must embrace the role they have to play in economic resilience. Whether it’s sweeping interventions in response to COVID-19 or stepping into distressed industries, governments can help build a future where economic shocks do not have to mean economic ruin.