Doughnut Economics

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I like how easily graspable as a visual rubric it is - don't let anyone go into the hole of the doughnut, i.e. have a baseline of equity for everyone, and don't go outside the outer edge - i.e. stay within planetary boundaries.

The bit in the middle, the doughnut, is a regenerative and distributive economy.

1. Ecological ceiling

  • Climate change
  • Ocean acidification
  • Chemical pollution
  • Nitrogen & phosphorous loading
  • Freshwater withdrawals
  • Land conversion
  • Biodiversity loss
  • Air pollution
  • Ozone layer depletion

2. Social foundation

  • Water
  • Food
  • Health
  • Education
  • Income & work
  • Peace & justice
  • Political voice
  • Social equity
  • Gender equality
  • Housing
  • Networks
  • Energy
doughnut-model.jpg

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3. Elsewhere

3.2. In the Agora

3.3. Mentions

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