|March 27-28: UN PAGE Green Economy Conference, Berlin.|
|April 4: The Social Economy Alliance at Marmalade, Oxford (register)|
|April 11: New Economics Foundation, London|
|April 19: Bocconi University of Economics, Milan|
|April 19: Salone del Libro, Turin|
|April 22: Cambridge Literary Festival (tickets)|
|April 24-25: Planetary Boundaries Conference, Berlin|
|May 1: UNDP, New York|
|May 7: Jamaica Plain Forum, New York, 7-9pm (register)|
|May 8: New Economy Coalition, Boston|
|May 9: Centre for Global Development, Washington DC|
|May 12: Oxfam and World Resources Institute, Washington DC|
|May 15-17: Regenerative Future Summit, Boulder Colorado (tickets)|
|May 23: Bristol Festival of Ideas, Bristol (tickets)|
|May 28-29: Hay Festival (tickets)|
|June 8: Cheltenham Science Festival (tickets)|
|June 13: Medact, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford|
|June 20: Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Isle of Wight|
|June 25: Oxford Green Week (tickets)|
|July 2: Also Festival (tickets)|
|July 5: Economics Teacher National Conference|
|July 9: Ways With Words Dartington Festival (tickets)|
|September 10: Festivaletteratura, Mantova (tickets)|
|September 12: Aurelio Peccei Annual Lecture, Rome|
|January 11: Keele World Affairs (tickets)|
|March 19: Post-Crash Economics Society Conference, Manchester|
|March 16: Royal Society of the Arts, London, 1-2pm|
|March 16: Salon London, The Hospital Club, Covent Garden|
London, 9 December 2016. Opening plenary with Kevin Anderson.
|Centre for Environment and Development Studies
Uppsala, 5 December 2016. Guest lecture by video on Doughnut Economics with this student-led centre at Uppsala University.
|Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
Cambridge, 14 November 2016, Presenting ‘The safe and just operating space for humanity’ and exploring the implications for transforming business.
19-20 October 2016, Dartington. ‘What is economics?’ Two-day seminar for the MA in Economics for Transition.
|UCL Institute for Global Prosperity
3 October 2016. Opening lecture for UCL’s new MSc in Global Prosperity.
|Resurgence 50th Anniversary
Oxford, 23 September 2016. In conversation with Satish Kumar and Cherian Matthews on One Earth, One Humanity, One Future. 7-9pm Worcester College.
|Anglia Ruskin University
Cambridge, 22 September 2016. Video lecture for the MSc Sustainability course.
Vienna, 9-11 September 2016. Reclaim Economics workshop with student activists, organised by the Club of Rome.
|Tipping Point 2016
Warwick, 17-19 June 2016. ‘Doing nothing is not an option. Scientists, economists and artists collaborate to tell the stories of climate change.
London, 25 April 2016. Panel discussion: ‘Towards a sustainable UK’.
|Free Word Centre
London, 16 March 2016. ‘Is there an alternative to the growth imperative?’ Co-hosted by Rethinking Economics. Watch the full video or the summary
London, 1 February 2016. ‘Can we design our way into the Doughnut?’ Guest lecture for the Landscape Urbanism programme
|Earth’s Safe Operating Space for Humanity: from concept to action
Stockholm Symposium, 18 January 2016. ‘A social justice perspective on planetary boundaries’.
|Centre for Environment and Development Studies
Uppsala, 7 December 2015, by skype. Guest lecture on Doughnut Economics
|RSA Maker Summit
2 December 2015, London and online.’Forging an economy fit for the future’ Panel discussion with Tim Jackson and Vinay Gupta. Video of session starts at 47 mins
1 December 2015, London.’A Circular Economy won’t work unless…’ Discussion with Ken Webster of the Ellen McArthur Foundation.
|Bristol Festival of Ideas
12 November 2015, Bristol.’The No-Growth Economy: is it the only way to save the planet?’ Panel debate with Cameron Hepburn, Katherine Drayson and Alex Bowen.
|Disruptive Innovation Festival 2015
4 November 2015, online.’Is the Pro-Society Economy Possible?’ With John Fullerton. Video available until 20 December 2015.
|Planetary Boundaries and Human Opportunities MOOC
22 October 2015, online. Virtual discussion of planetary and social boundaries.
|Bristol New Economy Summit 2015
12-13 October 2015, Bristol. Why do we need a new economy? A great line up of economic rethinkers.
|European Society for Ecological Economics Conference 2015 2 July 2015, Leeds. ‘Sustaining Development’ presentation and discussion.|
|This Changes Everything, 28 March 2015, London. A day of outspoken debate on democracy, equality and survival. I’ll be discussing the need for new visions for the future.|
|Oxford Literary Festival 22 March 2015, Oxford. ‘Nature and Language: how language influences our relationship with the natural world.’ Chairing a panel discussion with some wonderful writers: Caspar Henderson, Melanie Challenger, Dominick Tyler.|
|Green Party Spring Conference 7 March 2015, Liverpool. ‘Building a Green Economy panel and discussion, with Molly Scott Cato MEP, Rupert Read and Nick Dearden.|
|Cambridge Society for Economic Pluralism 25 November 2014, Cambridge. ‘Ecological Economics: taking planetary boundaries seriously’ A panel discussion with Robert and Edward Skidelsky.|
|TEDx Athens 2014 15 November 2014, Athens. Why it’s time for Doughnut Economics.|
|Disruptive Innovation Festival 6 November 2014, online, 12noon. ‘Does the circular economy fit in the Doughnut?’ A great initiative by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. Login details to come.|
|Schumacher College 15-16 October 2014, Dartington. ‘Beyond growth? Exploring the future of economic development’. Two-day seminar for the MA in Economics for Transition.|
|Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University 14 October 2014, Oxford. ‘Welcome to the Anthropocene’ Opening lecture in the Human Systems and Environmental Change module of the MSc in Environmental Change and Management|
|new economics foundation (nef) 30 September 2014, London. ‘Doughnut Economics: what’s in the toolkit?’|
|Anglia Ruskin University 25 September 2014, Cambridge. ‘An introduction to social and planetary boundaries’ for the MSc in Sustainability|
|Balaton Group 2014 Meeting 12 September 2014, Hungary (by video). ‘Will these SDGs bring us into the Doughnut?’|
|5 x 15 Stories 30 June 2014, London. ‘Capitalism and its Discontents’ Five speakers, 15 mins each – with George Monbiot, Jack Munroe, Danny Dorling, and Tim Jackson. See the video.|
|Rethinking Economics Conference 2014 28-29 June 2014, London. ‘Introduction to Ecological Economics: taking planetary boundaries seriously’ (29 June) Recommended reading|
|New College of the Humanities 3 June 2014, London. ‘Can we live within the doughnut? The 21st century challenge’.|
|Sweden’s Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) 23 May 2014, Stockholm. Presenting “Can we live in the doughnut? Rethinking progress between planetary and social boundaries”, as part of the Beyond GDP Growth seminar.|
|Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences 22 May 2014, Uppsala. ‘Can we live within the doughnut?’ A seminar with the Future Agriculture research programme.|
|Stockholm Resilience Centre 21 May 2014, Stockholm. Lunchtime talk: Doughnut Economics: rethinking economics in the face of planetary and social boundaries..|
|Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership 7 April 2014, Cambridge. Presenting ‘The safe and just operating space for humanity’ with Professor Will Steffen, and exploring the implications for transforming business.|
|Embrace The Change 27 March 2014, Southampton, 7-9pm. I’m kicking off a great line up for an interactive evening of debate on the kind of global economic future we want to see. Join us live online.|
|WWF UK 5 March 2014, Woking. ‘Doughnuts and the future economy’. Presentation and discussion.|
|Wilton Park 24-26 February, 2014 Wilton Park. Presentation of research on policies for green and just economic transitions, conducted for IIED and CAFOD.|
|International workshop on a Safe Operating Space 23-24 January, 2014 Brussels. Safe Operating Space: current state of debate and considerations for national policies. Hosted by the Network of European Environment and Sustainable Development Advisory Councils (EEAC), CADS, the German Ministry for the Environment, and others.|
|Vienna University of Economics and Business 15 January 2014, Vienna. ‘Can we live within the doughnut? In search of a safe and just space for humanity’. Guest seminar with Sigrid Stagl.|
|University of Surrey 6-7 January 2014, Surrey. ‘Doughnut Economics’ and ‘The 21st century Economist’s Toolbox’. Two lectures for Tim Jackson’s Ecological Economics MSc module, in the Centre for Environmental Strategy|
|University of Oslo Sustainable Companies Project 6 December 2013, Oslo (by video). ‘What would it take to do business in the doughnut?’|
|Queen Mary University of London 4 December 2013, London. Global Health Week 2013. ‘Can we live in the safe and just space for humanity?’|
|Oxford Hub 27 November 2013, Oxford. ‘Is the Green Economy an Utopia?’ Panel discussion with Dr. Alex Otto and Peter Lacy.|
|Nordic Council of Ministers Planetary Boundaries Workshop 5 November 2013, Geneva. ‘Planetary boundaries and environmental tipping points: what do they mean for sustainable development and the global agenda?’ International workshop for scientists, governments and stakeholders.|
|Cambridge Business Sustainability Programme in Europe 4 November 2013, Brussels. Presenting ‘the safe and just operating space for humanity’ with Prof. Will Steffen and exploring the implications for transforming business.|
|University College London (UCL) 1 November 2013, London. ‘What is the discipline of economics?’ Flip lecture and discussion with students on the innovative Arts and Sciences BASc degree.|
|Schumacher College / Transition Towns Totnes 9 October 2013, Dartington. Public talk and discussion on what we need to put in the toolkit for 21st century economics|
|Planetary Boundaries Initiative Symposium 19-20 September 2013, London. Two day symposium on the role of law in respecting planetary boundaries.|
|PICNIC / Urban Innovation Week 18 September 2013, Amsterdam. Redefining Growth – workshop with Ross Ashcroft and Paul Kemp-Robertsen.|
|Earth Overshoot Day 2013 at the EU Parliament 17 September 2013, Brussels. Globe EU high-level event on moving away from planetary boundaries, with EU Commissioner Connie Hedegaard, Prof. Kevin Noone, and Peter White of the WBCSD.|
|Heinrich Böll Foundation Summit 12-13 September 2013, Berlin. Keynote speaker at the Heinrich Böll International Resource Summit, Resource Equity in a Finite World.|
|Heinrich Böll Public Green Lecture 12 September 2013, Berlin. Public lecture on the challenge of living between planetary and social boundaries (with video).|
|Rethinking Economics Conference 28-30 June 2013, London. Co-hosting a workshop with Miriam Kennet on reimagining the economy|
|Salzburg Global Seminar 23-27 June 2013, Austria. ‘A climate for change: new thinking on governance for sustainability’. Speaker on ‘A safe and just space for humanity’|
|Tällberg Forum 13-15 June 2013, Sweden. Panel discussion ‘Are there new boundaries to set for decision-makers?’ with Erik Beinhocker, Johan Rockstrom and Rebecca Oliver.|
|STEPS Centre Summer School 20 May 2013, Sussex, UK. Seminar and workshop debating the doughnut of social and planetary boundaries, and Authority in the Anthropocene.|
|Global Green Growth Forum 2 May 2013, Copenhagen. ‘Promoting greener growth through the value chain’. presentation as part of a panel discussion.|
|Cambridge Business Sustainability Programme 16 April 2013, Cambridge. ‘Great progress or grim prospects? – the human development challenge’. Presentation on the past 30 and next 30 years of human development.|
|Chatham House Green Growth Conference 25 February 2013, London. ‘Green growth: are you out there?’ Presentation questioning whether ‘green growth’ can be achieved at the scale required.|
|Oxford Climate Forum 26 January 2013, Oxford. Panel Chair, ‘Can developed and developing countries share a common notion of development?’.|
|UN ESCAP Expert Dialogue on the Quality of Growth 14 November 2012, Bangkok (by video). A safe and just space for humanity.|
|How to Grow at Wolff Olins 25 October 2012, London. How to grow better – by making your brand a doughnut brand.|
|Doughnut Economics at the RSA 18 October 2012, London. Why the doughnut of social and planetary boundaries offers a powerful starting point for getting beyond GDP to rethinking the aims of economic development.|
|Special Panel Event at the UN General Assembly 16 October 2012, New York. Presentation at the UN’s first discussion of the Sustainable Development Goals – in the format of a panel discussion chaired by Andy Revkin of the New York Times.|
|Rio+20 Development Dialogue Days 16 June 2012, Rio de Janeiro. Panelist on Sustainable Development as an answer to economic and financial crises.|
|IIED’s Fair Ideas Conference at Rio+20 16 June 2012, Rio de Janeiro. Presentation on the Better Lives Smaller Footprints panel.|
|Planet Under Pressure 29 March 2012, London. Panel on Science-policy dialogue: planetary boundaries – dealing with challenges|