It must also be ensured that special support is given to the local economy, small and medium-sized enterprises and regional economies and that supply and production chains are shortened, in particular as regards sustainability criteria. This is the moment mobile phone number list when Latin America can realign its productive matrix, reflect on the potential of the internal market and reduce dependence on exports of raw materials, remittances and tourism. Without drastically giving up world trade, which through careful and intelligent regulation can generate welfare effects for all, governments should consider to what extent a re-regionalization of certain economic relations would mobile phone number list not only be good for the climate.
The news that certain countries will unexpectedly mobile phone number list hit their climate targets due to the “corona crisis” only seems cynical at first glance. What needs to be projected now is a social change that is both ecologically and socially decent, as the so-called “just transition” approaches suggest. The common good as the first commandment. If it is not only the coronavirus that kills, but also the neglect of our common goods, we must finally dedicate enough mobile phone number list resources to our public services. Here, the reproductive activities of care must be revalued. 18 million people in Latin America (7% of the workforce) work in domestic service.
More than 90% of them are women and almost 80% mobile phone number list are employed without a work contract, without social security and with low wages. Indigenous and black people are overrepresented in this group. Only the coronavirus crisis has given these activities the importance they have always had for all of us: they are “systemically relevant”.