#54 Roman Krznaric and Kate Raworth: Doughnut Economics and Being a Good Ancestor
What Could Possibly Go Right?
Roman Krznaric is a public philosopher who writes about the power of ideas to change society. His latest book is The Good Ancestor: How to Think Long Term in a Short Term World. His previous international bestsellers, including Empathy, The Wonderbox and Carpe Diem Regained, have been published in more than 20 languages.Kate Raworth is a renegade economist focused on making economics fit for 21st century realities. She is the creator of the Doughnut of social and planetary boundaries and co-founder of Doughnut Economics Action Lab.Together, they address the one core question of “What Could Possibly Go Right?” with thoughts including:That Doughnut Economics offers a model to “meet the needs of all people within the means of the Living Planet”.That “one of the ways that the world changes is through empathy”, which can overcome our social divides.That we need to be good ancestors and “step into the shoes of people in tomorrow's world as citizens of the future.”That recognizing and respecting boundaries is good for our own and the planet’s health, while also being a means to unleash our creativity.ResourcesEmpathy Museum - www.empathymuseum.com Doughnut Economics Action Lab doughnuteconomics.orgConnect with Roman KrznaricWebsite: www.romankrznaric.com Twitter: twitter.com/romankrznaric Connect with Kate RaworthWebsite: www.kateraworth.com Twitter: twitter.com/kateraworth Follow WCPGR/Resilience.orgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/buildresilienceTwitter: https://twitter.com/buildresilienceInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/buildresilienceLearn More: https://bit.ly/wcpgr-resSupport the show (https://www.resilience.org/what-could-possibly-go-right-podcast-vicki-robin/supportthepodcast/)
Herman Daly and Kate Raworth on Pandemic-Resistant Economies
March 31, 2020 Join our special Earth Institute conversation with leading sustainability analysts from two generations rethinking how human progress should be pursued and measured. Herman E. Daly, a founding force behind “steady-state economics,” will examine possible paths to less fragile global systems with Kate Raworth, whose “doughnut economics” model aims to build economic policies and metrics that put thriving ahead of growing. SUSTAIN WHAT is a global conversation identifying solutions to the complicated, shape-shifting and epic challenges of humanity’s Anthropocene moment. A prime focus is making sense of, and getting the most out of, the planet's fast-forward information environment -- the one Earth System changing faster than the actual environment.
Doughnut economics: an interview with Kate Raworth ('Insights' series 3 - episode 6)
The Green Alliance Podcast
Libby Peake is head of resource policy at Green Alliance. She is lead author of our report Targeting success, which highlights the need for clear and ambitious goals to reduce resource use. Read the report.Kate Raworth is an economist and author of Doughnut economics, which proposes a ground-breaking new approach to the economy. She also co-founded the Doughnut Economics Action Lab and teaches at Oxford University.
#57 Kate Raworth: renegade, visionary, doughnut economist
Dumbo Feather Podcast
One of the things we love at Dumbo Feather is learning about new models of success which we can implement in our communities and nations to ensure more prosperity across the board - for people and planet, not just the top one percent. A trailblazer in this work is Kate Raworth, an economist for the University of Oxford who devised the doughnut economic model, which defines the social and environmental boundaries we must live within in order to thrive. If you haven’t come across this work already, we suggest you press pause now and familiarise yourself with the doughnut - there’s plenty about it online. And then dive into this scintillating chat with Kate, which was recorded mid-2020 as part of our Small Giants Academy Next Economy series. The conversation was facilitated by our publisher Berry Liberman. Also, check out the work of Regen Melbourne and their localised take on Kate’s work. The Melbourne Donought is being used to chat a more regenerative future for the city. You can learn more about it at regen.melbourne.This episode was produced on the lands of the Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nations - we acknowledge the traditional owners, and elders past and present.
Getting into the Doughnut, with Kate Raworth and Matthew Taylor
In this week's episode Kate Raworth, Oxford University economist discusses what she calls Doughnut Economics, an idea she came up with to help humanity deal with the challenges we face today: financial crises, extreme wealth inequality and relentless pressure on the environment. The doughnut posits a world where we zero in on a sweet spot: all our material and political needs are met without exhausting the planet. Drawn on paper, the space where everyone can thrive looks like a doughnut.To buy the book click here: https://amzn.to/2RbrTJS Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/intelligencesquared.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Rolling Out the Doughnut Economy (with Kate Raworth)
The Steady Stater
Kate Raworth may be the most effective economic reformer today. Her vision of a “doughnut economy”—between the hole of poverty and the outer darkness of planetary overshoot—has rolled into Amsterdam and it’s not stopping there. If we roll it out into a “breadstick”—poverty below and overshoot above—does it amount to a steady state economy? Brian and Kate explore the concept.
Doughnut Economics author Kate Raworth on the century of nature's metrics
The Oxford economist Kate Raworth is the creator of Doughnut Economics, a powerful framework that shows how both humanity and our planet can thrive in the 21st century. In this remarkable conversation, Kate shares the origin story of the Doughnut, why this will be the century of nature's data, and much more.
Doughnut Economics at the City Scale with Kate Raworth
Cities@Tufts Lectures explores the impact of urban planning on our communities and the opportunities to design for greater equity and justice with professor Julian Agyeman and host Tom Llewellyn. If a doughnut isn’t the first thing that pops into your head when you think about saving the planet and fixing the economy, you wouldn’t be the only one. But, as it turns out, a doughnut might be just what we need right now. As the world continues to crumble around us, communities and cities have been turning to an economic model known as “Doughnut Economics.” The “doughnut” is an idea that was first presented by renegade economist Kate Raworth in her bestselling 2017 book, “Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist.” This week, we’ll hear from Kate herself about the doughnut, how it can be adapted for the city scale, and the growing global movement to do just that. You can learn more about Kate Raworth and her work with the Doughnut Economics Action Lab by visiting: doughnuteconomics.org Cities@Tufts Lectures is produced by Tufts University and Shareable.net with support from The Kresge Foundation. Lectures are moderated by Professor Julian Agyeman and organized in partnership with research assistants Meghan Tenhoff, and Perri Sheinbaum. Robert Raymond is our audio editor, Elizabeth Carr manages communications and editorial with support from Neal Gorenflo, Joslyn Beile handles operations, and the series is produced and hosted by Tom Llewellyn. “Light Without Dark” by Cultivate Beats is our theme song.
Kate Raworth calls herself a rebel economist and it’s true. Now a Senior Research Associate at Oxford University’s Environmental Change Institute, she was in fact switched off economics at university because it didn’t answer the questions she cared about like protecting the environment and challenging inequality. Luckily, she later reconnected with the topic and her 2017 book ‘Doughnut Economics’ has been published in 18 languages. She talks to Mary about the key principles. Plus, Mary talks to one of the Portas team about The Kindness Economy in action... looking at businesses this week that are making a difference. To purchase the Kindness Economy Report, click here: https://portasagency.com/the-kindness-economy-report/p/the-kindness-economy To get in touch with team Portas, email us at: email@example.com Want subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provaction insights and inspiration? Click here: http://eepurl.com/dgJfwL Want to keep up-to-date with all things Portas? Follow us here: Instagram: www.instagram.com/portasagency/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/portas Twitter: https://twitter.com/portasagency?s=20
S2 - EP1: The Future of Economics (with Kate Raworth)
Jon Richardson and the Futurenauts - The Book of Revelations
Jon Richardson and the Futurenauts: S2 - EP1: Economics (with Kate Raworth) We are back! Series 2 starts with the most requested subject we had from listeners during the break - economics. This series every episode we are joined in the studio by a guest and this week it's the brilliant economist, Kate Raworth. Author of the seminal book, Donut Economics. We hope you enjoy. Thanks,Jon, Ed, and Mark. Get in touch with the show;Hello@jonandthefuturenauts.comTWITTER: @JANDTHEF A 'Keep it Light Media' ProductionAll enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org