(Original article in Spanish, this is a translated excerpt) - Spain, seeing more than a quarter of a million of its citizens infected and faced with a social and economic crisis that will be long-lasting and severe, has been thoroughly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Whilst the government develops measures to revitalize the economy, help small enterprises and support employment, cities and public authorities are presented with the opportunity to focus on stimulating a social geen recovery. Cities have the potential to emerge as leaders in the energy transition and possess the capacity to respond to COVID-19 through effective initiatives such as home renovation.
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