This 2 hour webinar will explore how to turn some core concepts of Doughnut Economics into game-based learning tools for local and international communities of practitioners working on climate-related disasters. It will be co-hosted by Doughnut Economics Action Lab and the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre, and led by Kate Raworth and Pablo Suarez. Anyone who enjoys co-creating in groups is welcome to join - no prior expertise required.
We will work with two of DEAL's concepts: the Doughnut ; and the Embedded Economy diagram, especially with its focus on four key modes of provisioning - through markets, households, the commons and the state.
What happens to people in contexts of, say, a drought or flood? How do these shock affect families - what vulnerabilities does it expose them to, and how might they seek to cope? What compounding risks might they face, in the context of failed states and power inequalities? What measures could be taken to build resilience and protect human wellbeing by preventing such outcomes? With better awareness of these likely effects, what can humanitarian actors and others do to help protect people from the risk of these impacts?
We have created the beginnings of an engaging, game-based approach to exploring these issues and we invite you to help us improve, adapt and expand this so that we can publish it as a co-created resource for all to use. will be to explore ways of making these useful tools for practitioners working
Join the webinar ready to work together online to come up with new ideas and approaches that could be brought into the tool.
We look forward to working with you on this tool.
Oxford, England, United Kingdom
Renegade economist. I can't wait to see what this community creates.
Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom
I'm interested to move from intellectual nourishment & theoretical agreement to a tangible plan of action. How can each one of us
I am a boundary spanner who hopes to learn to contextualise the doughnut and bring insights from different places.
Erfurt, Thüringen, Deutschland
I am really fascinated about the doughnut approach.
Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany
I'm finding leverage points for the Doughnut in secondary schools, with a focus on the International Baccalaureate.
Milton Keynes, England, United Kingdom
I would like to see the Doughnut applied to my Borough.
To learn about the Donut Economics Model and how to apply it to solve societal problems
Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States o...
I believe doughnut economics offers the most realistic and achievable vision for an environmentally friendly economy.
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