Doughnut Economics for Climate Risks and Shocks

A co-creative webinar to anticipate and address climate-related shocks through the tools of Doughnut Economics

This webinar will explore how to turn some core concepts of Doughnut Economics into practical tools for the international community 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.

In the webinar we will focus on working with two of DEAL's concepts: The Doughnut of social and planetary boundaries; and the Embedded Economy diagram, especially its focus on essential economic relations - through markets, households, the commons and the state - and the role of financial flows. 

The Doughnut and The Embedded Economy


The aim will be to explore ways of making these useful tools for practitioners working in the context of climate-related shocks and risks, to understand the impacts of risks - and compounding risks - on the response of different economic actors, in the context of power and inequalities, and therefore what measures can be taken to build resilience and protect human wellbeing.



Join the webinar ready to work together online to come up with ideas and approaches that will then be brought together in a new tool for the community to use and keep evolving. 

We will post a weblink for joining the event early in the new year, so please return here to get full details in January. 

We look forward to working with you on this tool.


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    Kate Raworth

    Oxford, England, United Kingdom

    Renegade economist. I can't wait to see what this community creates.

    Ines Garcia

    Bayswater, Westminster, 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

    Ruta Lukosiunaite

    Eslöv, Sweden

    I am a boundary spanner who hopes to learn to contextualise the doughnut and bring insights from different places.

    Luciana Maia

    Erfurt, Thüringen, Deutschland

    I am really fascinated about the doughnut approach.

    Jennifer Brandsberg-Engelmann

    Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany

    I'm finding leverage points for the Doughnut in secondary schools, with a focus on the International Baccalaureate.

    Jane Whild

    Milton Keynes, England, United Kingdom

    I would like to see the Doughnut applied to my Borough.

    Cyrus Mbugua

    Nakuru, Kenya

    To learn about the Donut Economics Model and how to apply it to solve societal problems

    Ronan Taylor

    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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