Doughnut Economics

Video (16 mins)

Video (16 mins)

Ted Talk by world renowned economist Kate Raworth, watched over 3 million time- A healthy economy should be designed to thrive not grow. What would a sustainable, universally beneficial economy look like? "Like a doughnut," says Oxford economist Kate Raworth. In a stellar, eye-opening talk, she explains how we can move countries out of the hole - where people are falling short on life's essentials - and create regenerative, distributive economies that work within the planet's ecological limits.

Video (9 min)

Video (9 min)

Introduction to Doughnut Economics for Regenerate Devon Summit | Kate Raworth for the #RegenerateDevon summit 7-9 July 2020

Video (35 mins)

Video (35 mins)

Recording of presentation for New Prosperity Devon 27th Oct 2020. Segment of session 1. 'The role of anchor institutions in economic recovery in the Preston Model: Community Wealth Building and Post Covid-Recovery Plans'. Julian Manley mentions how the 'Preston Model' for community wealth building and doughnut economics go together. This recording was the introductory presentation for our current monthly, webinar and group discussion series: Community Wealth Building in Practice

Cornwall Councils decision making tool

Cornwall Councils decision making tool

Cornwall councils new tool, a decision-making wheel, is based on the Kate Raworth Doughnut Economics model

Video (45 mins)

Video (45 mins)

Ideas into Action with the Doughnut Economics Action Lab. A Tool to Regenerate Devon. A recording from the first Regenerate Devon Summit, July 2020. Rob Shorter from the Doughnut Economics Action Lab will lead us through Doughnut Economics, explain what happened in Amsterdam, and what DEAL is doing to help any region or city to use the doughnut as a tool for economic change. Followed by a Q&A to dig deeper into this work and its relevance for Devon.

Article by Cllr Edwina Hannaford

Article by Cllr Edwina Hannaford

Local Government Association article. Councillor Edwina Hannaford is Cornwall Council’s Portfolio Holder for Climate Change and Neighbourhoods. From changing planning processes to planting more trees, councils can make a real difference when it comes to tackling climate change.

Article by Daniel Boffey

Article by Daniel Boffey

Article from the guardian newspaper: 'Amsterdam to embrace 'doughnut' model to mend post-coronavirus economy'

Creating city portraits tool

Creating city portraits tool

A methodological guide for downscaling the Doughnut to the city and turning it into a tool for transformative action.

Tool- Amsterdam City Doughnut

Tool- Amsterdam City Doughnut

In April 2020, Amsterdam published the Amsterdam City Doughnut and adopted it as a vision and model for shaping the future of the city.

Action Lab

Action Lab

Kates blog about doughnut action lab launch

Doughnut Cities essay

Doughnut Cities essay

Essay by Professor Herman van den Bosch, Professor at Open University of The Netherlands. What kind of prosperity is achievable for citizens around the world without destroying the environment and harming the prospects for a decent life of fellow men and future generations? This essay looks at doughnut cities, the sustainable development goals, the green new deal and examples from Amsterdam.

Video (15 mins)

Video (15 mins)

Katherine Trebeck outlines how we can achieve a #JustRecovery from Covid-19 and how Amsterdam City Doughnut research points a way Katherine Trebeck, Advocacy & Influencing Lead for the Wellbeing Economy Alliance, will set this work in context of a new economic framework and kick off roundtable discussions exploring a way out of the black hole of Coronavirus Pandemic + Financial Depression

Video (25 mins)

Video (25 mins)

Presentation by Julian Manley where he briefly describes how doughnut economics fits with community wealth building. He outlines how a cooperative city benefits by focus on the spend of anchor institutions and promoting local enterprises. Julian worked with Cllr Matthew Brown, Leader of Preston City Council, and other stakeholders since 2012 in developing the ‘Preston Model’. He describes how Preston is going local / regenerating by keeping wealth created in the city.

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