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Webinar: Policy Prospects and the Future of Infrastructure

On Tuesday, September 15, APCO Worldwide is hosting a webinar with Former Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and APCO colleagues. Amidst the chaos and uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, the upcoming elections, and the increasing importance of moving people and goods safely, the panel will discuss transportation and infrastructure priorities, critical legislation, as well as and equity and equality in rebuilding the United States.
Join the webinar on Tuesday, September 15 at 10:30 AM ET, with time for open discussion, questions and observations. RSVP here.

Some Positive News

  • Tackling waste: Online communities in Japan are working to tackle problems created by the increased use of disposable items during the pandemic, The Japan Times
  • Entrepreneurial farms: Innovative small farms around the world are capitalizing on the surge in demand for local produce triggered by COVID-19, The New York Times
  • Cycling boom: Facing public transport limitations due to the pandemic, Filipinos adopted cycling, leading the government to invest in infrastructure, The Straits Times

More Tips from Around the Water Cooler


"This virus is not disappearing. It has now become part of our daily lives. It will still be here in three years and we have to find a way to live with it. However, it is really important to stop superspreading events where many people gather together as those can cause large outbreaks. We know that social distancing, not gathering in big groups and covering your face can have a profound impact on the infection. These are simple measures that can help stop the spread if you have large levels of infection."

        - Professor Hendrik Streeck, Director of the Institute of Virology at the University of Bonn
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