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Rahimi Rise Z, Ershadi M M, Ershadi M J. Multidisciplinary Analysis of International Environments Based on Impacts of Covid-19: State of Art. IJIEPR 2022; 33 (1) :176-185
URL: http://ijiepr.iust.ac.ir/article-1-1423-en.html
1- Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Systems, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran , zeinab.rahimi@aut.ac.ir
2- Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Systems, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
3- 3. Information Technology Department, Iranian Research Institute for Information Science and Technology (IranDoc), Tehran, Iran.
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Drawing lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic according to literature, this contribution aims to show that greening the United Nations System with stronger environmental considerations, can help to shift the global economy from fossil energy to renewable energy with public-health resilient systems. This contribution starts with highlighting the fact that past economic crises and the implementation of the Sustainable Development Global Agenda have not been able to generate strong institutional arrangements for sustainable development including climate resilience building and public health resilient systems. This allows us to apprehend the possibility that the Covid-19 pandemic crisis may face the same incapacity. In response to these statements, this contribution shares the opinion that institutional reforms within the United Nations System may lead to perennial normative provisions and institutional arrangements able to make sustainable development happen with resilient public-health systems. This note highlights the fall of GHZ emissions during the Covid-19 pandemic. It shows, however, based on the history of the past crisis, that the huge investment being mobilized to recover from the pandemic can quickly absorb GHZ emissions fall. The way out suggested is that both the Global Economy and the Global Public Health agendas can be revisited to be strengthened by stronger environmental considerations. One of our findings is that multilateralism can adopt suitable institutional arrangements in Global Environmental Governance throughout the current global agenda on International Environmental Governance Reform within the United Nations System.
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Received: 2022/01/23 | Accepted: 2022/02/19 | Published: 2022/03/19

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