10 Lessons from the book Doughnut Economics

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Economics is the mother tongue of public policy

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Governments have historically opted to tax what they could, rather than what they should, and it shows.

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Redistributing land ownership has historically been one of the most direct ways to reduce national inequalities

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Visual frames, it gradually dawned on me, matter just as much as verbal

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For the twenty-first century, a far bigger goal is needed: meeting the human rights of every person within the means of our life-giving planet.

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Distinctions must be kept in mind,’ he advised back in the 1960s, ‘between quantity and quality of growth, between

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population matters, distribution matters just as much because extremes of inequality push humanity beyond both sides of the Doughnut’s boundaries.

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