The recent economic challenges determined by the global crisis due to COVID 19 reinforce the need of implementing new and innovative mechanisms to revitalize countries, people, businesses, and education. During a crisis, countries and business must respond promptly to ensure survival. They need to rethink social contracts, redefine work and consumption, mobilize resources at speed and scale and at the same time rethinking patterns from global to local.
The innovative models for sustainable development aim to ensure simultaneous economic development, social development, and environmental protection, to achieve a higher quality of life for all people and protect all living beings and the planet. The COVID-19 is a major risk for public health with significant negative economic and social impacts on the long run and this will reinforce the responsibility focus.