We hope this will be useful in Leeds and beyond - for researchers, policy makers, politicians, social entrepreneurs, community activists and residents.
Doughnut Economics is a framework, developed by Kate Raworth, that introduces a new way of thinking which can help us tackle the complex local and global challenges ahead, together.
We see the Leeds Doughnut City Portrait as part of a bigger conversation about how we respond to climate change - how we protect nature, live a zero carbon way of life, and leave no one behind.
The Leeds Doughnut City Portrait is our first step towards creating a city plan that will enable us to create a zero carbon, nature friendly, socially just Leeds by the 2030s.
The Doughnut approach is a way to think about how a place can meet its local aspirations while also living up to its global responsibilities.
This approach has been taken up by people all across the world, and is supported by the Doughnut Economics Action Lab.
Get in touch
City Plan Lead
anzir.boodoo [at] ourfutureleeds.org
City Movement Building Lead
p.chatterton [at] leeds.ac.uk
Communication and Engagement Lead
jenni.brooks [at] ourfutureleeds.org
City Hub Lead
andyg [at] permaculture.org.uk