Impact Investing and Doughnut Economics

Hi all - does anyone have any experience, knowledge or interest in how Doughnut Economics can be (or is) used in Impact Investing.

Seems like the two go hand-in-hand and am looking into it more, would appreciate it if anyone can help me to speed up my research.


The Investment group Re-equity developed a methodology that took a citizen/geographic area -centric approach. Most investment - even impact investment - takes a firm-centric approach.
Remember that firms need investment in order to create infrastructure that is needed up front, before any business can open its doors. Therefore the impact question is: what is missing in terms of infrastructure and how can it be implemented in a way that both allocates enough to citizens and operates within boundaries? This article explains more.