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Doughnut Economics

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    1. Doughnut Economics
      1. Doughnut Economic Action Lab
        1. DEAL Brian Dowling 
        2. About Doughnut Economics 
        3. About DEAL Putting Doughnut Economics into practice
        4. The DEAL Team & DEAL's Advisory Team
        5. DEAL's Projects
        6. Doughnut Principles of Practice
      2. What is the Doughnut?
      3. Doughnut Economics Strategic Plan
      4. Doughnut | Kate Raworth
        1. A Safe and Just Space for Humanity 
      5. How to Think Like a 21st Century Economist (video series)
    2. Economics
      1. Circle Economy - Practical, scalable implementation of the circular economy
      2. Kate Raworth: Building a thriving economy for people within our planetary boundaries
      3. RIPESS -
      4. Solidarity Economy Resources
      5. Economy for the common good – An economic model for the future
      6. Conscious Business.nl
    3. Ecology
      1. Doughnut Economics: Responding to the Climate Emergency on Vimeo
      2. Stockholm Resilience Centre
      3. Biomimicry 3.8 - Innovation Inspired by Nature
      4. C40
    4. Doughnut Places
      1. Doughnut cities (Smart City Hub) 
      2. Future Cities: Smart by default. Humane by choice
        1. Creating City Portraits
      3. Amsterdam City Doughnut (pdf)
      4. Doughnut Economics Cambridge | A tool for transformative action
      5. Devon Doughnut
      6. Decision-making wheel - Cornwall Council
      7. Thriving Places Index - Centre for Thriving Places
      8. Thriving Communities – Medium
      9. Metabolism of Cities Data Hub
    5. Doughnut Places Wiki-page
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      1. Sociocracy 
      2. Carbon
      3. Community Places  
      4. Asset Based Community Development  
      5. Healthy Cities and Communities
      6. Circular Economy
      7. Wellbeing Governance
      8. Community Regeneration  
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    Doughnut Economics





      • Think of it as a compass for human prosperity in the 21st century, whose goal is to meet the needs of all people within the means of the planet.


      • The time for economic transformation is now



      • Humanity’s 21st century challenge is to meet the needs of all within the means of the planet. In other words, to ensure that no one falls short on life’s essentials (from food and housing to healthcare and political voice), while ensuring that collectively we do not overshoot our pressure on Earth’s life-supporting systems, on which we fundamentally depend – such as a stable climate, fertile soils, and a protective ozone layer. The Doughnut of social and planetary boundaries is a playfully serious approach to framing that challenge, and it acts as a compass for human progress this century.







      • At Circle Economy, we believe in a visionary future for our planet — one in which we do not have to compromise in order to achieve economic, social, and environmental prosperity. As an impact organisation, we connect and empower a global community to create the conditions for systemic transformation. With nature as our mentor, we work alongside businesses, cities and governments to identify opportunities to make the transition to the circular economy, and provide a powerful combination of practical and scalable solutions to turn these opportunities into reality.



    Kate Raworth: Building a thriving economy for people within our planetary boundaries



      • While the roots of Social Solidarity Economy are ancient (they can be found in most communities in different forms of mutualistic cooperation, worker’s unions, social economy, etc.), the term Solidarity Economy as a basis for today’s SSE networked movement is fairly recent.



      • The concept of solidarity economy has diverse origins and varied meanings, all of which revolve around the effort to root economic activity in principles of solidarity, participation, cooperation, and reciprocity as opposed to the competitive individualism characteristic of mainstream capitalist paradigms.



      • What is the Economy for the Common Good? ECG is an economic model, which makes the Common Good, a good life for everyone on a healthy planet, its primary goal and purpose.



      • We help businesses transition towards a fully conscious business that helps elevate humanity, create true prosperity & harmony for people, communities and nature. We believe that business can and must be a greater force for good and that markets must be part of the solution. Conscious Business Netherlands would uphold the virtue of business towards its highest purpose. To move beyond a myopic focus on maximizing shareholder returns to seeking win-win solutions for all stakeholders. Conscious Business Netherlands is inspired by the global movement of Conscious Capitalism. The 4 tenets of conscious capitalism form the basis for a conscious business.






      • "Presented as part of Cornwall Chamber of Commerce’s Festival of Business on 5 November 2020 by Peter Lefort, Sector & Partnership Lead for Carbon Neutral Cornwall at Cornwall Council. For more information contact Peter via peter.lefort@cornwall.gov.uk. "


      • Stockholm Resilience Centre advances research on the governance of social-ecological systems with a special emphasis on resilience - the ability to deal with change and continue to develop.



      • "Biomimicry 3.8 is the world’s leading bio-inspired consultancy offering biological intelligence consulting, professional training, and inspiration. "



      • C40 is a network of the world’s megacities committed to addressing climate change. C40 supports cities to collaborate effectively, share knowledge and drive meaningful, measurable and sustainable action on climate change. 



    Doughnut Places




      • Cities have a unique role and opportunity to shape humanity’s chances of thriving in balance with the rest of the living planet this century



      • Amsterdam’s vision to be ‘a thriving, regenerative and inclusive city for all citizens, while respecting the planetary boundaries’ makes the city a pioneer of such systemic transformation. In this spirit, the City of Amsterdam has joined the Thriving Cities Initiative (TCI), a collaboration between C40, Circle Economy, and Doughnut Economics Action Lab, which works with cities pursuing such a transformation. 



      • We seek to promote an economy based on doughnut principles in Cambridge. We will facilitate its introduction by empowering individuals and organisations with the knowledge and tools they need to co-create a more socially and ecologically just city.



      • Welcome! We are the Devon Doughnut Collective, a group of Devon Doughnut Makers on a mission to co-create the first iteration of a Devon Doughnut. We are asking, “Could a dashboard of some kind help to provide a picture of how Devon is faring ecologically and economically? Would this be useful to people living and working here? If so, how, and to do what?”



      • "We are working to become a carbon neutral council and combat climate change, making changes to how we work to reduce the greenhouse gases and carbon emissions that we produce. We also have a duty to consider social justice and make sure that Cornwall’s residents are not worse off. In looking after the environment, we need to make sure that we do not disadvantage anyone. We have introduced a new tool to help us make decisions that combat climate change and do not disadvantage the people of Cornwall. The new tool, our decision-making wheel, is based on the Kate Raworth Doughnut Economics model"



      • "The Thriving Places Index is a new way to look at the strengths and challenges of the place where you live. It shows whether the conditions are in place for people to thrive – in a fair and sustainable way. Click here to see the full Thriving Places Index website.  "



      • "On a mission to become some of the best possible places in Europe to live, work and visit by 2025 "



      • The Metabolism of Cities Data Hub serves as a central repository for a wide variety of information pertaining to urban metabolism in cities around the world. Whether you are looking for resources on a city’s infrastructure, stocks and flows, biophysical characteristics, or more, the Data Hub’s well-defined structure allows users to easily search through available information. As an ongoing project, this tool is continuously improved through crowdsourcing uploads of new data and information sources. Contribute to this ongoing project, fulfill your information needs, and explore what the Data Hub has to offer!




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