25jun6:00 pm7:45 pmKatherine Trebeck: Wellbeing Economics: Amsterdam City Doughnut 6pm 25 JuneKatherine Trebeck outlines how we can achieve a #JustRecovery from Covid-19 and how Amsterdam City Doughnut research points a way Organiser: Transition Edinburgh with a wide range of civil society groups co-hosting Event Type:Meeting,Workshop & Training
Amsterdam City Doughnut – commissioned by the Deputy Mayor – illustrates how embroiled northern cities are in inequality, exploitation, racism and extractivism. Katherine Trebeck, Policy
Amsterdam City Doughnut – commissioned by the Deputy Mayor –
illustrates how embroiled northern cities are in inequality,
exploitation, racism and extractivism.
Policy and Advocacy Lead for the Wellbeing Economy Alliance, will set
this work in context of a new economic framework and kick off roundtable
discussions exploring a way out of the black hole of Coronavirus
Pandemic Financial Depression.
6pm for 6.15pm start – 7.45pm Thurs 25 June. Online link to be sent to all who register.
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#JustRecovery #JustTransition #BuildBackBetter #ClimateJustice Timetable:
- 6.00pm “Doors Open” – our meeting etiquette / harvest log
- 6.15pm Welcome and introductions
- 6.20pm Katherine Trebeck: an informative provocation
- 6.40pm Break out into discussion groups
- 7.10pm Comfort Break
- 7.15pm Return to Plenary for sharing ideas
- 7.35pm Summary and Close at 7.45pm
Dr Trebeck has been appointed to Scottish Government’s Sustainable Renewal Advisory Group,
chaired by Environment and Climate Change Secretary Roseanna
Cunninghame. It has been tasked with identifying opportunities to embed
sustainability in Scotland’s recovery from Covid-19 and with exploring
the new challenges and opportunities we face in achieving a 75%
reduction in emissions within a decade.
Ms. Cunninghame said: “In
anticipation of a ‘new normal’, we have a chance to re-imagine the
Scotland around us, and to begin building a greener, fairer and more
equal society and economy. Our starting point has most definitely
changed but our ambitions need not and I remain deeply committed to our
ambition to end Scotland’s contribution to climate change by 2045.”
(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 7:45 pm