Almost three-quarters of the future experts surveyed in a "Corona stress test" expect that a structural change towards sustainability and public welfare will succeed after the pandemic. However, this will only be possible if there are forward-looking control measures in politics, business and society. Otherwise, there is a danger of backward-looking isolation and exclusion, as feared by another quarter. But almost all experts agree on one thing: there will be no return to the old normality.

 

In recent years the trans-European transport corridor North Sea-Baltic has developed into an important engine of the cross-border economy. Political reforms, interlinked value chains beyond national borders and increasingly globalised trade are leading to a steady increase in transport volumes along this transport axis.

D2030 Deutschland 2030A brief view across the media landscape underpins the impression that Germany is moving from one crisis to another without a common goal. What is missing to this drive by sight are pictures of possible and livable futures.

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