I first heard about the Doughnut Economy in April 2022, and have been inspired by it ever since. So I've developed this interactive chart that displays both the social foundation and ecological ceiling of each country.
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For the former boundary, the data is extracted from World Bank and Unicef API, and I did some transformation on some of their metrics. As for the latter, it is not easy to get them so I extracted it from the scientific journal article by Fanning and team.
Fanning, A.L., O’Neill, D.W., Hickel, J., and Roux, N. (2021). The social shortfall and ecological overshoot of nations. Nature Sustainability in press. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-021-00799-z
This tool is a meant to something and to influence others towards a thriving change, and I will continuously improve on it. Thus please do not hesitate to provide me with feedback, critiques or suggestions.
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Douglas Malm Rath
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I´m a Doctoral Student working on R&D models to improve human quality of life in balance with the enviroment.
Barcombe lewes East Sussex
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