Therein lies the paradox of this crisis: it makes things more complex while, at the same time, offering an opportunity to relaunch the economy in the right direction.
To describe how we want this transformation to be achieved, we have created a phrase that, I believe, reflects our fundamental requirements. It is "Make change social, ecological and just!" In our view, there are three drivers in this process. Firstly, climate change itself, which requires moving away from the combustion engine and transitioning towards electric mobility; secondly, the digital transition; and thirdly, globalization and the changing economic relationships it has brought. A successful transition requires us to be able to withstand the pressures from all three factors, prevent failures and shape structural change in the ways that we want. Above all, this means that we must guarantee employment and train the workforce in new technologies.