Doughnut Economics is rapidly gaining momentum across the world, with governments, businesses, communities and more exploring how to apply the principles in practice. The work of the Doughnut Economics Action Lab has created a wealth of resources and support for operationalising the model, and encouraging practitioners to learn from each other.
A key barrier has been identified by many organisations hoping to bring Doughnut Economics into their work and mission – how to secure internal buy-in for the transformation required?
This Community of Practice will explore this question, learning from those who have started the process, and sharing good practice and peer support.
The CoP will be open to any group, organisation and individual facing this same challenge.
We will aim to meet approximately every two months, and will meet online via Zoom. Meetings will be in English, and during working hours for UTC/UK time, but members from all across the world are very welcome.
Our first meeting is scheduled for 20 July 2023. If you are interested in joining, please let us know by emailing Peter at email@example.com.
The Green Futures Network is an initiative run by the University of Exeter to increase access to climate research and resources. We run various Communities of Practice from climate adaptation to Scope 3 carbon emissions. Find out more at gfn.exeter.ac.uk.
Reading the book Doughnut Economics, I knew I wanted to anchor it deeply into my work and support it as much as I could.
I'd like to learn, experiment, debate, contribute with this community.
Leverage DEAL for Business in my consulting work
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
Leeds (UK) / Oviedo (Spain)
I want to learn more about how we can apply doughnut economics to our local community.
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