Bath City Doughnut Learning Session: Amsterdam Inspiration (Past)

How is the Doughnut being brought to life in other cities around the world? Let's look at Amsterdam for inspiration.

We're far from the first cityfolk to be learning about Doughnut Economics and how to create fair and thriving places for happy futures. Copenhagen, Brussels, Dunedin, Leeds, London and many others all have Doughnut-inspired strategies well underway.

So to help us keep shifting from talking about things to doing things, we're on the hunt for how the Doughnut is being brought to life in other cities around the world.

As the first city to officially adopt the strategy, our next session will focus on Amsterdam.

Amsterdam has always been a fore-runner in forward-thinking initiatives - SDG House, the Repair Cafe movement, the Fashion for Good museum, the co-living concept matching students with elderly neighbours - to name just a few.

True to form, it was the first city to formally adopt the Doughnut, as the lens for its city-wide post-COVID regeneration.

Look out for pre-reading links to write-ups, articles, podcasts and videos on the LinkedIn group, and it would be great if you could share some too! If you're not already in the group, join it here: and register for the event. If you're not on LinkedIn, just email Carra Santos at instead.




    Carra Santos

    Bath, BANES, UK.

    Sustainable futures educator and interpreter enabling cross-sector collaboration in cities and communities.

    Ian McKay

    Bath, UK

    I want to be useful - particularly in Bath and North East Somerset


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