The Doughnut Economics Book Club (Past)

Share with everyone what were the 5 best paragraphs of the book for you and let's JAM.

  • An overview of the event
Whoever has read the book feels like sharing a lot of thoughts about. So let's give us the opportunity to meet more people who have read the book and let's do a 'brainJAM' about the topics we most like about this incredible work done by Kate Raworth.

  • How to join an online event
To join this event you will only need 1h30 of your time, a glass of water, coffee or tea (or whatever you feel like), write down "5 highlights of the book" to share and connect to this link ->

  • Timings (start and end) and local time zone
We will do this "Doughnut Book Jam Session" on april 23th, which by the way, is the "International Book day" at 17:00 (Madrid) 

  • Intended audience
Everyone is invited, but since the idea is to share our thoughts about the book it will make much more sense If you have read it.
We will be sharing our thoughts in English at this event. 




    Rodolfo Pereira

    Bilbao, Euskadi, Spain

    Life is too short and the Doughnut is the way to go ;)

    Eva Marina Valencia Leñero

    Mexico City, Mexico

    Building sustainability transitions, by downscaling the doughnut with new methodological tools and implementation projects.

    Laura Guzmán

    Cochabamba, Bolivia

    I read Doughnut's economics recently and it changed the way I looked at my own career, so I came looking for inspiration.

    Elena Vallianatou-Voutsina

    Athens, Greece

    I'm fully engaged with the idea of educating societies on environmental literature, through adult lifelong learning.

    Helena Papapostolou

    Thessaloniki, Μακεδονία - Θράκη, Greece

    To participate and discuss more sustainable ways locally and globally!

    1 comment
    Rodolfo Pereira about 2 years ago

    This is a link to write down the best paragraphs so we can all have registered this in this shared file.

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