Doughnut economics in practice: Tools to get a head start

Wednesday 09th December 2020

13:00 - 13:45 CET


Doughnut Economics is an economic framework that was proposed to regard the (successful) performance of an economy by the extent to which the needs of people are met without overshooting Earth's ecological ceiling. In recent months, Amsterdam has committed to use it as the base of its political and economical thinking. And so has Ireland as a country. But: What does that mean for a business? And: are there tools already that give a good go at fulfilling the aspiration already now? In this presentation we will look at the Future Fit Business Benchmark, the B Impact Assessment, and Science Based Targets, how they compare and/or complement each other. And how far they take support a brand in their journey towards the Doughnut.

About the orator

Ms Dr. Pamela Ravasio

Managing Director


About the orator

Pamela is specialised in corporate governance and responsibility (CR), with a strong link to innovation processes and digitalisation. She has worked as a consultant with very small and very big companies, and also taken on corporate roles as Global Stakeholder Manager, and as Head of CSR & Sustainability. Under her leadership, the European Outdoor Group and the outdoor industry in Europe at large, developed into a global leader in future-proofing an industry which is dominated by SMEs, private capital and family companies. Pamela champions transparency and an inclusive approach to all partners along the value chain, and leverages the opportunities arising from public facing accountability.

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Comment by Phil Chung |

Looking forward to the webinar

Comment by Maite Angleys |

Hi Pamela, will your talk be recorded and available afterwards?

Reply by Lena Weimer

Hi Maite,

Yes all talks will be available on the website afterwards.

Comment by Esther Inwood Young |

Thank you Pamela, for these well researched comparison of tools to make doughnut economics a practical possibility rather than just a theory.

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