How Doughnut Economics can help build circular cities and regions?

16mar10:00 am11:30 amHow Doughnut Economics can help build circular cities and regions?Explore the potential for Doughnut Economics in York & North Yorkshire with Kate Raworth10:00 am - 11:30 am OrganiserYork & North Yorkshire Local Enterprise PartnershipEvent TypeWebinar & Talks

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Join internationally-acclaimed economist and author Kate Raworth to explore how to examine and rework local and global economies to meet the needs of all people within the means of the living planet.

Doughnut Economics proposes an economic mindset that’s fit for the 21st century context and challenges, placing the things human need to survive and thrive in a direct relationship with our planetary boundaries. Drawing on insights from diverse schools of economics, it sets out seven ways to think in order to identify pathways for residents, businesses, communities and the environment around us to thrive within greener, fairer and stronger economies.


Kate Raworth, Author of the Doughnut Economy

Cllr Christian Vassie, Chair of City of York Council’s Climate Change Committee

Katie Privett, York & North Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership

Introduced by Steve Mason of Environmental Smart

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(Tuesday) 10:00 am - 11:30 am