Why take this training session on doughnut economics?
On May 16, participate in this training to develop or rethink your business model while respecting the planet’s limits and human needs.
Developed by British economist and columnist Kate Raworth in 2012, doughnut economics is about rethinking the economy by proposing a fairer, more sustainable model based on meeting people’s basic needs without exceeding the nine ecological limits of the planet set forth by the United Nations.
What will you learn in this training session on doughnut economics?
Participants will have the opportunity to:
- Understand doughnut economics
- Learn how to integrate doughnut economics into a business or organization
- Familiarize themselves with the tools available to implement their project
- Get a checklist to make the right choices
- Learn about the possible benefits
Who is this training for?
- Companies (startups, SMEs and large corporations)
- NPOs (non-profit organizations)
- Social and solidarity economy businesses
- Circular economy companies
- Self-employed people
This training is of interest to entrepreneurs from all sectors wishing to trim their production costs and optimize their supply chain while reducing their ecological footprint.