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74% of Europe’s population live in cities, and as the climate crisis intensifies, they are a key element to spearhead ecological transition and build resilience. One concept providing a path to this transformation is the doughnut: an economic model that highlights key biophysical and social aspects of transitioning to a safe and just operating space – or good life for all.
Our international speakers will give an introduction to doughnut economics, explain the concept of degrowth doughnut, and show why more and more European cities are adopting it.
This event is part of the Cities As Places of Hope project, organised by the Green European Foundation with the support of Oikos, the Institute for Political Ecology, Transición Verde, Nous Horitzons Fundacio, Sunrise, Green Thought Association and Wetenschappelijk Bureau GroenLinks, and with the financial support of the European Parliament to the Green European Foundation. The project, launched in 2019, has aimed at fostering progressive city networks to achieve a fairer, greener Europe. Its theme in 2022 is “Resilient cities”.
–Dirk Holemans (Oikos, GEF Co-President)
–Ajda Pistotnik (Policy Lab, Ljubljana)
–Mladen Domazet (Institut za političku ekologiju, Zagreb)
–Clara Dallaire-Fortier (PhD student, Lund University) – via Zoom
–Tomislav Cik (Institut za društvena istraživanja, Zagreb)
Date and Time: 11th November, 18:00PM CET.
Location: MAMA Zagreb, Preradovićeva 18 10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Registration: Not required.
Language: This event will be in English language.
This event is organized by the Green European Foundation with the support of Insitute for Political Ecology and the financial support of the European Parliament to the Green European Foundation.