Thu, 28 Apr|
Online: Launch of the Leeds Doughnut and City Planning Process: building a safe and thriving Leeds
How can Leeds be home to thriving people, in a thriving place, whilst respecting the wellbeing of all people, and the health of the whole planet? Join us online as we explore the power of Doughnut Economics to build a safe and thriving Leeds.
Time & Location
28 Apr 2022, 10:00 – 13:00
About the Event
Are you interested in creating a safe and thriving Leeds?
Are you open to exploring how Leeds can respect and be in harmony with…
...its local, natural environment?
...the health of the whole planet?
...the wellbeing of people worldwide?
If so, join Climate Action Leeds and friends for the launch of our first Leeds ‘Doughnut economics’ City Portrait and find out more about our city planning process. Hosted by TV and radio broadcaster Peg Alexander, with headline talks from:
- Imandeep Kaur, Co-founder and Director of CIVIC SQUARE, Birmingham
- Leonora Grcheva, Cities and Regions Lead at the Doughnut Economics Action Lab.
Alternatively, if you would like to attend the whole event in person at Open Innovations Leeds, from 9.30am - 5pm, please register here: https://www.climateactionleeds.org.uk/event-details/in-person-launch-of-the-leeds-doughnut-and-city-planning-process
About the event:
Doughnut Economics is a groundbreaking set of ideas that can support our journey to a socially just, zero-carbon and nature-friendly Leeds by the 2030s. The Leeds City Portrait is our first snapshot of where the city is at and will help us start our city planning process. The Leeds Doughnut team is a growing network of people across the city who want to support this transition and is part of Climate Action Leeds.
Our online launch event is set to be a day to come together and collectively imagine this new future for Leeds, with discussions on what a safe and thriving Leeds means for everyone in practice. We’ll hear from doughnut economics experts from the city strategic level down to the community scale to understand the power of the doughnut in practice, as well as present our first Leeds City Portrait.