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Are you interested in learning how Brussels and Amsterdam are adopting the doughnut model by Kate Raworth? Then register for the webinar on 22 January!
About the Event
Creating social prosperity within the (ecological) boundaries of the planet: the doughnut model of British economist Kate Raworth is becoming increasingly popular in politics. After Amsterdam, also Brussels is committed to apply the theory for a more sustainable (local) society. On 22 January at 3 pm we talk with Kate Raworth, Barbara Trachte, State Secretary of the Brussels Capital Region, responsible for Economic Transition and Scientific Research, and Marieke Van Doorninck, alderwoman in Amsterdam for Sustainability and Spatial Planning.
This webinar forms part of the Cities As Places of Hope transnational project, highlighting transformative green cities in Europe as engines of transition.
Kate Raworth, Economist, Author of Doughnut Economics
Barbara Trachte, State Secretary of the Brussels Capital Region, responsible for Economic Transition and Scientific Research
Marieke Van Doorninck, alderwoman in Amsterdam for Sustainability and Spatial Planning
Moderator: Dirk Holemans (coordinator Oikos)
Facebook event: Webinar: Doughnut Economy in practice w/ Kate Raworth
Language: English with simultaneous translation in French.
Register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org <<<
Pay as you like on account number BE07 8901 5430 1466 (BIC: VDSP BE 91 – vdk bank).
Account name: Oikos Denktank.
This webinar is organised by the Green European Foundation with the support of Oikos Think Tank and the financial support of the European Parliament to the Green European Foundation.