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Kate Raworth
Things are getting political. A Dutch MP presented a copy of Doughnut Economics to the Minister for Trade and Development in Parliament (see @ 1min) . They both happen to be women, cos the Dutch are like that.
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Ginny Battson 26 Nov 17
Love!
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James Anderson 26 Nov 17
That's amazing Kate. Your message is getting out there.
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tijn vellekoop 26 Nov 17
Let's hope it WILL get political! It's a start. (I'm afraid, by the way, that you overestimate the influence of women in Holland)
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Mieke 26 Nov 17
Replying to @KateRaworth
Not with all parties. The neoliberal, VVD, didn't.
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excogitare 26 Nov 17
* So maybe set up a tent on Parliament Square * Signed copies * First 50 free * Make a note of which MPs pop in *
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ExtroSpecteur 26 Nov 17
Long been an admirer of NL governance and planning, particularly bike infrastructure. Why does UK fail so miserably by comparison?
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Mark Spencer 🔶 #FBPE 26 Nov 17
Gotta love the Dutch! (Full disclosure: my OH is Dutch). 👍
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Andrew Atter 27 Nov 17
Although Dutch women have a lower participation in the workforce 🤔
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Flipdefluiter 27 Nov 17
You don't know half how Dutch are..... For Example..... Die You know our prime minister and friends are paid by Shell and others?
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Flipdefluiter 27 Nov 17
If the minister of trade and development..... Doesn't know Kate R...... There is another problem...... Problemas is probably that they get info fed only by banks and multinationals.... Alsof That is 'Dutch' Kate
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Dirk R. Neerops 27 Nov 17
What do you mean with "Atmospheric aerosol loading"? Are you promoting the use of chemtrailing our skys with poison? Or are you against the use of it!?
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Kate Raworth 27 Nov 17
atmospheric aerosol loading means all the different kinds of particles that humanity puts into the air. These create smog at ground level but also can disrupt and shift monsoon rain patterns. you can read more here:
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Dirk R. Neerops 27 Nov 17
Thanks for clarifying! 👍
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nobody 27 Nov 17
pearls before the swine, the smallest party, of which I am a member, to a parliament who their ambitions until after their next term.
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agréable 27 Nov 17
Like what?
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Sarah Hamiduddin 27 Nov 17
not surprised Sigrid did that - solid background in the UN development agencies.
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Doris Voss 27 Nov 17
"Maar het zijn de economische instituties, de financiers, de wetgevers, de markten.."
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Doris Voss 27 Nov 17
I’m going to try use the to organize healthy school meals without interference of these companies.
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Leonie Gerritsen 28 Nov 17
Some Dutch are like that ;) Still more than enough room for improvement, hopefully your book will help a little!
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