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City of Amsterdam uses ‘Doughnut Economics’ for a balanced socio-environmental strategy

by Futures Centre, Apr 15
1 minute read

In 2020 the municipality of Amsterdam announced its strategy for recovering from the COVID pandemic by embracing the concept of the “Doughnut Economy.”

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So what?

The model is now used to inform city-wide strategies and developments in support of this overarching idea: providing a good quality of life for all without putting additional pressure on the planet. How can this be adopted by other cities and adapted for local realities?



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