When the Doughnut diagram was first published back in 2012, people quickly started experimenting with ways to take it off the page and put it into practice. That is what inspired us to set up Doughnut Economics Action Lab, to connect with these changemakers and many more, and learn how best to help these ideas spread and scale at the speed that these times demand.
In this TEDx Talk, recorded at TEDx Bath in November 2021, Kate Raworth explores many of DEAL's key principles and values - from embracing the power of play to unleashing the power of peer-to-peer inspiration. The talk is a celebration of the community groups, teachers, architects and designers, local councils, and artists worldwide who are bringing the ideas to life and putting them into practice in their own locality. You can watch the TEDx Talk here.
Bristol, England, United Kingdom
A social practice artist and fan of DE I hope to highlight the power of artist involvement.
Sancoale Goa, India
The Doughnut Economics makes sense to me and feel this is the way we can change our way of living. To me this is the answer!
Leichhardt, Sydney NSW 2040
Acquire the tools and knowledge needed to to activate change in my community.
Eva Marina Valencia Leñero
Mexico City, Mexico
Building sustainability transitions, by downscaling the doughnut with new methodological tools and implementation projects.
Get inspired, connect with others and become part of the movement. No matter how big or small your contribution is, you’re welcome to join!
Durham, North Carolina, United States of America
I was inspired by reading Kate Raworth's book to connect with more people who are thinking about things the way that she is.