There are billionaires asking for wealth taxes, investors worried about inequality and the concentration of wealth (though not out of social justice but out of fear of populism), former neoliberals turned protectionists. We are in a new ideological world. Suddenly, some of the mobile phone number list measures proposed to save capitalism from itself are being hastily implemented or debated to fight the pandemic.
Whether or not this is the beginning of a mobile phone number list new era, it is clear that there are things that will change forever and measures that will reappear in the future. Sometimes, because there will be a demand for them (if the State was able to rescue us during the coronavirus, many mobile phone number list citizens will think, why can't it do it more often?) and others because the circumstances will demand it: State capitalism, the economy of war, interventionism, nationalizations and confiscations will return when we have to face climate crises.
In The Inhospitable Planet , David Wallace-Wells provides data on the economic damage that global warming will cause: "551 trillion dollars in damage mobile phone number list with only 3.7 degrees of warming, a loss of 23% of potential global wealth by 2100, if you don't change course. A much stronger impact than that of the Great Depression; ten times deeper than that of the most recent Great Recession, which still disturbs us so much»10.