Doughnut Economics: can Bath thrive like Amsterdam? (Past)

Exploring a cross-sector vision for Bath, with inspiration from Amsterdam as a springboard for ideas and conversation.

“How can our city be a home to thriving people, in a thriving place, whilst respecting the wellbeing of all people, and the health of the whole planet?” – Doughnut Economics

Join us for a snapshot of 21st century Doughnut Economics insights, exploring the economic mindset proposed by Kate Raworth and a cross-sector collaborative vision for Bath.

From the Repair Café movement to ‘rainproofing’ urban areas, we’ll take active inspiration from Amsterdam, the first city to formally embrace the Doughnut as a strategy for economic development, as a springboard for ideas and conversation.

The Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution is an educational charity based in Bath, England.

Location: 16-18 Queen Square, Bath BA1 2HN
Tickets: £3.00 – £6.00




    Carra Santos

    Bath, BANES, UK.

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

    Cyrus Mbugua

    Nakuru, Kenya

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


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