Catalyzing Sustainability - business models for the 21st century
How do we address 21st century challenges such as the climate crisis and inequality? Join this workshop to learn more about economist Kate Raworth’s framework Doughnut Economics, and get hands on with group activities, case work and discussions.
Anna Carlsen, Extinction Rebellion activist and board member of Rethinking Economics Norway, will speak about the Doughnut and how it represents a paradigm shift in modern economics, swapping the idea of endless growth for regenerative and distributive thinking.
The Doughnut is a way of looking at everything we do in our communities and making sure we leave no-one out, and don’t bustour planetary boundaries (eg the limits on the damage we can cause to our climate, our air, our water, our food systems, our seas, and our soil). It’s a way of thinking about what we do, to consider all those impacts, and we can use it to look at a business, a project, a community, or an idea.
Anna Nordahl Carlsen
Anna is a board member of Rethinking Economics and graduate student of NHH. Join her in the workshop Catalyzing Sustainability - Business Models for the 21st Century, where she will introduce the Doughnut Economics framework. As an active member of the environmental movement Extinction Rebellion, she will add a critical eye on the dos and the don’ts when working with the Doughnut.
Ingrid Emilie Flessum Ringstad
Curious environmental economics enthusiast and incoming PhD research scholar at NHH. Embracing her inner nerd as part of the DEAL network in Norway. Currently working for the OECD in Paris and as a Sustainability Analyst at Scanship
Mia Walle Hansen
Mia is a graduate economist from NHH and the head of finance in DGF. She also works with regional development, cities and society for Multiconsult. Furthermore, she has a passion for dancing, exploring new places and meeting new people - and she's determined to create positive impact for society in some way or another.