Kate Raworth, a senior researcher at the aid charity Oxfam, has created a doughnut-shaped concept for achieving 11 societal goals within the framework of 9 planetary boundaries. She talks to Nature Climate Change about a safe and just operating space for humanity.
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Raworth, K. A Safe and Just Space for Humanity: Can We Live Within the Doughnut? Oxfam Discussion Paper (Oxfam, 2012); available via http://go.nature.com/HrU9hi.
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Vince, G. Living in the doughnut. Nature Clim Change 2, 225–226 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1038/nclimate1457
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