The Economist magazine has referred to Australia as the “Wonder Downunder”, clocking up the longest consecutive period of economic growth in the western world’s history. The record ended a year ago with the onset of COVID. But Australia (so far anyway) has managed to minimize COVID deaths. How can Australia’s handling of the COVID crisis provide lessons for the renewed attention to building up resilience as the world prepares for further crises?
Dr Keith Suter is the managing director of the Sydney-based Global Directions think tank. He is a broadcaster (appearing on radio an average of once per day). His third PhD was on scenario planning. He has been a member of the international think tank The Club of Rome since 1993.
Tuesday, 13 April 2021
9:00 - 9:45 BST
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