Doughnut Economics Action Lab (DEAL) is part of the emerging global movement of new economic thinking and doing that is rising to this challenge. Their aim is to help create 21st century economies that are regenerative and distributive by design, so that they can meet the needs of all people within the means of the living planet. This is called Doughnut Economics.
They work with changemakers worldwide – in communities, education, cities, business and government and more – who are turning the ideas of Doughnut Economics into transformative action and aiming to create systemic change. DEAL is very intentionally an Action Lab: it is focused on turning ideas into action, and on learning with and from others through experiments in co-creating a new economy.
Always grounded in sound evidence, the David Suzuki Foundation empowers people to take action in their communities on the environmental challenges we collectively face. We’re One Nature.
School farms not only provide food for the students and teachers, but provide a forum for several subjects including science, agriculture, nutrition, math, social studies, business, entrepreneurship and more. These links show a few efforts at farms in schools.
Catching Carbon asks all of us, as a global community, to help reverse climate disruption by pulling CO2 out of the sky and putting it back in the ground. The 1st Series is planting 400,0000 large confier TREES, create BIOCHAR, plant KELP FORESTS and install DIRECT AIR CAPTURE MACHINES that will turn carbon into stone.
There are over 100 ways to pull carbon out of the sky. Here are 4 powerful ways to do that.
Flowers and pollinators are both critical to each other. Planet flowers, help pollinators.
From reducing to stopping chemical use to providing flowers and habitat, you can bring back the pollinators, here's how.
Much of the modern world has no meaningful relationship with their citizenship. Healthy democracies depend on active citizens that know their rights.