‘We are immersed in each other’s work’

She wrote Good ancestor. that Donutoconomy. They live in Oxford with their twelve-year-old twins, Siri and Cass. Animeike LeClair asks Roman Krazyarnik and Kate Ravorth through their daughter at their kitchen table. How did he write about that Donutoconomy Mila, and how he pulled her from “art of living” to “art of social change”.

Roman: ‘Well, here we are for the recording: Kate and Roman and daughter Siri.’

Kate: ‘With a glass of wine.’
Roman: ‘Roman like Aperol Spritz, and Siri with a list of questions!’
Siri: ‘Yes!’
Roman: “Here we go.”

Kitchen workshops

Professor Kate Raverath (50) is the inventor and author of Donut Economics, an economic model that measures economic prosperity by looking at the attainment of a social foundation without exceeding the ecological ceiling. Pope Francis mentions the model in his new book Let us dream ‘Part of the new thinking about the economy that the world needs now.’

Roman Kraznaric (eight days 50 days after Kate) is a philosopher: he is the co-founder of The School of Life in London and has published international bestsellers on better living and social change. He is known for his empathy for 21st century emotional skills. In early January,…

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