Presenting Doughnut Economics: videos and slides

A set of videos and slides for changemakers to use & adapt when presenting Doughnut Economics concepts and practice.

Version 1.0 (September 2023)


Overview

The DEAL Team has created this tool to support changemakers who are facilitating events or sessions engaging with Doughnut Economics by providing a set of resources (videos and presentation slides) that can be used to introduce the core concepts and evolving practice. 

We invite changemakers to adapt and/or combine the slides from the seven presentations included below to support your own presentations in different situations - in classrooms, boardrooms, community centres, city halls, and more. Similarly, we envision the videos being used for learning purposes, in full or in part, or played directly as a part of workshops and events. 

The seven videos and presentations listed below cover the core concepts of Doughnut Economics and the evolving practice and tools across different thematic areas, in cities, communities, business, and research (two more coming soon!). 

We do hope these resources prove useful for your initiatives - please do share comments, suggestions, and learnings so that we can make them better in future iterations.



Core concepts of Doughnut Economics, by Kate Raworth (25m13s)
Downscaling the Doughnut to Nations,
by Andrew Fanning (16m18s)
Introducing the 'Doughnut Unrolled' and the four lenses,
by Kate Raworth (11m35s)
Doughnut Unrolled: Data Portrait of Place,
by Andrew Fanning (18m05s)
Communities in Action,
by Rob Shorter (24m22s)
Local and Regional Governments in Action,
by Leonora Grcheva (21m39s)
Doughnut Design for Business,
by Erinch Sahan (16m31s)
Doughnut Economics in School and Education (coming soon), by Carolina Escobar-Tello
DEAL: from a radical idea into transformative action (coming soon), by Carlota Sanz

Core concepts of Doughnut Economics

In this 25-min video, Kate Raworth (DEAL Co-founder and Conceptual Lead) introduces the Doughnut and the seven ways to think like a 21st century economist.

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You can access the presentation online using Google slides, or download the PowerPoint presentation (also available at the bottom of this page). 

Downscaling the Doughnut to nations

In this 16-min video, Andrew Fanning (DEAL Research & Data Analysis Lead) introduces research on how countries perform with respect to the Doughnut’s social and ecological boundaries, and presents an interactive website where users can explore national Doughnut data and charts for 150 countries.

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Introducing 'Doughnut Unrolled' and the four lenses 

In this 11-min video, Kate Raworth (DEAL Co-founder and Conceptual Lead) introduces the "Doughnut Unrolled" framework, which translates the global Doughnut to the scale of a city or region by exploring how to achieve local aspirations - to be thriving people in a thriving place - while respecting global responsibilities to safeguard the wellbeing of all people and the health of the whole planet.

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Doughnut Unrolled: Data Portrait of Place

In this 18-min video, Andrew Fanning  (DEAL Research & Data Analysis Lead) introduces the Doughnut Unrolled: Data Portrait of Place tool - a methodological handbook of approaches and useful resources to collect locally relevant, data-led targets and indicators, creating a holistic snapshot or a 'portrait' of your place's social and ecological performance.

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Communities in Action 

In this 24-min video, Rob Shorter (DEAL Communities & Art Lead) introduces how communities  - from the household, to the street, to the neighbourhood scale - are applying the ideas of Doughnut Economics, and how people are connecting with others at the city and regional scale to form groups and networks for change.

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Local and Regional Governments in Action 

In this 21-min video, Leonora Grcheva (DEAL Cities & Regions Lead) introduces what it means for cities and regions to aim for the Doughnut, and how local governments are putting the principles of Doughnut Economics into policies, practices and processes.

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Doughnut Design for Business

In this 16-min video, Erinch Sahan (DEAL Business & Enterprise lead) introduces how the principles of Doughnut Economics apply to businesses, and the concepts in DEAL's tool for exploring them.
 

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Doughnut Economics in School and Education (coming soon)

In this upcoming video, Carolina Escobar-Tello (DEAL Schools & Education Lead) will introduce how schools and students are engaging with the concepts and tools of Doughnut Economics - watch this space!


DEAL: from a radical idea into transformative action (coming soon)

In this upcoming video, Carlota Sanz (DEAL Co-founder and Strategy Lead) will introduce the strategies and principles that guide our work at Doughnut Economics Action Lab, as part of the growing movement for new economic thinking and doing - watch this space!


Acknowledgements

This tool was designed and co-created with contributions from Aimee Laurel, Andrew Fanning, Erinch Sahan, Kate Raworth, Leonora Grcheva, and Rob Shorter from the DEAL Team, with a special thanks to Aimee for the video editing/support.

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    Simon Robinson

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    Samuel Plumppu 5 months ago

    Excellent work! This is a great starting point to give an overview and inspire further learning.

    There seems to be some editing that could be improved at the end of "Core concepts of Doughnut Economics" video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cvh7p6IehSo

    Make some cuts at approximately the timestamps 24:40 and 25:40.

    There could also be a call to action added at the end to for example visit https://doughnuteconomics.org

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    Leonora Grcheva 5 months ago

    Thanks Samuel!

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