HABILIN and Archers for UNICEF proudly present For ReGenerations: Framing our Future with Doughnut Economics, a webinar happening on July 31, 2021 at 02:30 PM – 05:00 PM. The program opens discussion on the role of economics and cultural values for the future generations.
Doughnut Economics is a revolutionary framework that envisions a balance of life and human progress within social and planetary boundaries. It aims to restore the Earth alongside meeting human needs.
When resources are consumed beyond the limits of what the planet can provide, environmental disasters—climate crisis, pollution, and biodiversity loss—take place gradually, and then drastically. This, in turn, largely affects the minorities who experience the worst of climate disasters evident every year. It leads to the scarcity of basic needs, health, and livelihood for the marginalized, as well as a more uncertain future for the youth.
The speakers of the event are composed of local and international climate and economic leaders and advocates.
Opening the event is Kate Raworth, an economist and the author of Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a Twenty-First-Century and Rob Shorter, the Communities and Art Lead at the Doughnut Economics Lab (DEAL) in Oxford.
To disseminate the framework in the Philippine context, Carlo Delantar, founding partner of Core Capital and the Head of Circular Economy at Gobi Partners and Congressman Sarah Elago, KABATAAN partylist representative and legislator of Congress, will be leading the discussions.
Jen Horn, a sustainability and mindful living advocate, founder of MUNI, and member of the Climate Coaching Alliance will be tackling the framework in the Climate context.
Leading the Community discussions will be Interdisciplinary Studies practitioner at the Ateneo de Manila University at the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Skilty Labastilla, who is also a proponent of Doughnut Economics.
Lastly, Kara Rosas, the Executive Director of Lokal Lab, a grassroots NGO based in Siargao Island, who has uplifted local communities through social enterprises, will be talking about the Commerce aspect of the framework.
Doughnut Economics aims to reframe and redraw the future of economics for the present and the new generation.
Be part of this progressive leap for our marginalized folk and youth by registering through https://bit.ly/FRPre-Registration or watch the livestream at the Archers for UNICEF Facebook page.
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