Introducing Regenerative and Distributive Design

Three short videos introducing the design dynamics at the heart of Doughnut Economics

Introducing Regenerative and Distributive Design

Version 1.0 (February 2022)
 

Overview

 
Getting into the Doughnut calls for economies that are both regenerative and distributive by design. In this tool Kate Raworth introduces the core concepts behind the transformations that are needed to bring about these two design dynamics:
  • from economies that are degenerative to ones that are regenerative by design
  • from economies that are deeply divisive to ones that are distributive by design.

Regenerative and distributive design form two of the seven ways to think like a 21st century economist that you can read about in full here in the introduction to Doughnut Economics, and here in a series of 90-second animations.
 

Who is it for?

 
These videos are for anyone looking to quickly understand these design dynamics at the heart of Doughnut Economics. They can also be used in lessons, in workshops and in other settings where you want to introduce these ideas to your audience in a quick, easy and engaging way.

Introducing Regenerative and Distributive Design


This 2-minute video introduces the essential dynamics of both regenerative and distributive design.

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Introducing Regenerative Design


This 3-minute video goes further into introducing regenerative design, presenting the two nutrient loops - biological and technical - and asks how can we mimic nature's genius and design in order to live with and within the cycles of the living world?

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Introducing Distributive Design


This 3-minute video goes further into introducing distributive design by asking who owns the sources of wealth creation - such as land, housing, and business - and how can we design economies where value and opportunity is shared far more equitably with all those who co-create it, meaning everyone in society?

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Acknowledgements

 
These videos were made by the DEAL Team, and with thanks to Siri Krznaric.


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    Mark Hester

    Henfield

    I want to connect with others to apply the principles of Doughnut Economics at a local level (Brighton & W Sussex)

    Hicham El Maaroufi Elidrissi

    Paris

    Rethink our entire socio-economic reality "glocally" so that a new economy and new social structures can emerge.

    Emilio Bourlon

    Mexico City

    Solve better problems by connecting ideas, people and projects; contributing ultimately to reconnecting with Nature as community

    Jocelyn Howell

    Michigan

    Aiming to rethink how spaces of healing can be re-designed with biophilic design with use of doughnut economics.

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    Christine Giles over 1 year ago

    Watching these videos made me think about my own city. I began to think about housing distribution, about businesses here that are employee-owned and those that extract wealth. I think, perhaps, that some information about how some of things actually play out in real life scenarios will help regular people connect with these concepts and their conclusions. We must make these concepts personal to foster change, I think.

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