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The Green Economics Institute is the worlds leading Think Tank and Development Incubator for Green Economics and the Green Economy. By this we mean Social and Environmental Justice and the economics of caring,sharing and supporting each other. We have already transformed economics and effected a Renaissance. For us Economics is based on the Greek word " oikia" or household management, NOT greed, profit, bonuses and powerful people pushing to the front. We think economics and the economy would be far more efficient and long lasting if it was more equal and more beneficial for all people everywhere, especially women, nature, the planet and its systems.

Our thoughts are with those affected by the terrible events in Paris this week and the assault on free speech and liberty

As a non violent organisation, we utterly condem any form of violence and we sincerely wish for a speedy, non violent, peaceful outcome where no one is harmed at all.

'The pen is mightier than the sword and more enduring'. Edward Bulwer- Lytton

'I may not agree with what you say, but I will fight for your right to say it.' Francois Marie Arouet (Voltaire).1694-1778

Introduction to Green Economics and What we do and Why we do it

We see a lack of progress or realism in the world economy with bankrupt ideas and hopelessly outdated models solving problems for rich people which are from yesteryear. We work at the cutting edge of todays 21st century challenges in Alternative Economics, under a Heterodox Umbrella but also in Science, we regard ourselves as Scientists as we keep a totally Real World Perspective in our Economics. We use stats and maths to understand the Real World and its ecology. Not to fabricate meaningless and boring formula dreamt up by people who have never worked in the real world and who have no scientific background or understanding about sustainability and the physical aspects of the world. All our team are interdisciplinarily and pluralist in their training and many are Professors or doers and some are Nobel Prize Winners. They all have a vision above and beyond the every day but based firmly on practical foundations, we make change for ordinary people -of which most people including ourselves are. We dont think we should be creating an economy for the elite and those who already have alot or far too much to consume. We think we should be creating an economy for everyone to share and have a healthy and pleasant life with enough to eat, freedom to express themselves and their thoughts, so long as they dont hurt others, and with safe and clean air, water and soil. With a free life long education and a health care system free at the point of use and a decent public transport system and jobs which are meaningful and satisfying and linked to community improvement not just profit for greedy shareholders. We seek to do things differently and we have a huge suppporter base in our quest.

We believe that neo classical and neo liberal economics, has had its day, and is now causing mahem world wide. We know that production needs to be locallised again, that meaningless globalisation -wizing useless things around the world is the cause of untold slavery, misery, exploitation and pollution and climate change and is hollowing out whole economies of countries and now entire regions of the globe.Far from creating jobs, it is actually decimating them wholesale. Its time to stop and to start to encourage local economic progress and production. Its above all time to get the Supply Chains Real, stop the bullying, stop the bribery, stop the corruption which now seems to be endemic everywhere as systems struggle to scroll down into the detail of global payments, food supply and activity which is so vast that no one not even bankers have the faintest clue what they are working with or selling. Its time to stop and to re-educate ourselves.Buyers and Procurement Specialists need to rethink the mess they have created and stop taking the easy way out. The whole world does not need to source everything in Chinese slave factories. Its not fair on the Chinese and its hollowing out other economies.

All the larger companies need to start paying the fair rate of tax, and paying decent wages for decent jobs- Hall of Shame this month is Apple. We urgently want to hear how they will be repairing the cruelty and hurt they have caused their workers, and the shame they have brought on their users.

Young and old alike need to take stock, find out what disasters have been done in their name, check everytime they buy something- if its daft like a small item from half way round the world- go to the shop keeper and complain and ask them to stock local produce for local needs, local jobs for local people whereever sensible. Revive local economies, look after homeless people in our own community, and for parents and teachers to give a sense of leadership and vision.

People need to learn the art of leadership and everyone can be a leader in something that they are proud of no matter how small. We need to encourage respect for everyone in our community and start sharing the planet and its bounty fast before its too late- make a New Years Resolution for change- no matter how small - cut your own carbon footprint by 10 more per cent, go and help in a homeless centre, start a little local busines, help someone else every day. Make yourself feel good in this way- This we call Green Economics! Caring, sharing and supporting each other, reforming economics, reclaiming it for all of us, not just the rich and powerful few.

We work tirelessly to implement change at all levels. We have won many awards for our work and our ideas are used around the globe. We work with ordinary people, but our work is studied, read and admired by governments, kings and princes as well. Our leadership role has been acknowledged and invitations received from all sorts of quarters, including The United Nations, the National Government School, the Cabinet Office, the EU, and most recently the Luxembourg Government. We will be running an event in the House of Lords to launch our 10th Anniversary and we have run several events in the House of Commons.Our work has been published all over the world including in the Havard Economics Magazine and the Trecanni in Italy and many other places. We have our own Academic Journals.

We have world class speakers on many topics related to social and environmental justice

We publish books and Research Reports and also run academic and also policy conferences mainly at Oxford University but also all around the world as well. Each year we have a programme for new Innovators and people come and study with us to learn about our unique methodology, future visioning and ideas. We run regular conferences and fund raising events to ensure our change making is as effective as any on the planet. If you would like to know more or to participate in our work or our events please contact us. This year 2015 is our 10th Anniversary so we have a very lively programme of events - all designed to create waves of change in the world and in the economy.

If youd like to help with our campaign for a Change in Economics both in practice, policy and in Universities - get in touch with us now and tell us about your own vision for a better future and we will show you how you can help create a real alternative in the world

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We wish all our Website Readers ( over 1000 a day) welcome and a very Happy New Year.

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We are currently recruiting students, study placements, fellowships and interns for 2015. We have had many applications and we are interviewing and speaking by telephone to students this week. Please email us at if you wish to apply at any level from work experience internship, to academic study placement, to writing or editing with us or our Undergraduate, Masters or PHD study programmes our Professional Green Economist Qualification Exams and Trainings and our one day and one week courses.Ideally please send us a cv and also fill in the application form you will find on this website. Please email us today to find out more.We look forward to hearing from you from anywhere in the world.

Our Green Economics Institute Books Catalogue January 2015

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World Class Speakers and Lecturers

Green Economics Books for 2015 for the New Year

We have a lovely range of Unique books on special offer for one more week.

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Conferences coming up soon

10th Annual Green Economics Institute, Green Economics Conference to be held at Oxford University 21st -25th March 2015

10th Annual Green Economics Institute, Green Economics Conference to be held at Oxford University

10th Annual Green Economics Institute, Green Economics Conference to be held at Christchurch College and Trinity College, Oxford University March 21st -26th 2015

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There will be other events including a 10th Aniversary Celebratory Dinner 23rd May 2015 at the Vaults Restaurant in Oxford, an event at the House of Lords in July 2015, and a fund raising dinner in June at the Rosewood Hall, in the lovely Thames side village of Pangbourne near Reading, Berkshire. There will also be a holiday- 2 days away in May 2015 in Glastonbury.We will be posting booking information over the coming weeks. Please email to be kept up to date on all developments.

Climate Change Campaign COP 20 Kyoto Protocol Climate Change Conference in Peru.

We are delighted to announce or reps were Professor Maria Madi (Brazil) specialist in Finance and Professor Peter Yang (China and USA). They were our delegates to this climate conference in December 2014.

Miriam Kennet our Director has been invited by Ban Ki Moon to attend his world leaders Climate Summit. We fully support his initiative and look forward to a real outcome of the talks and workshops.

Biodiversity Mini Conference was held on Saturday at Trinity College, University of Oxford, Saturday 29th November 2014

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Speakers, participants, timetable, papers, rationale for the conference all here together with our Book Project on Biodiversity here : Details for Participants, speakers, book invitation,papers, timetable etc Biodiversity 29th November 2014

We are today launching our own initiative to compliment his work.Our own 'Kanute Project Rolling back the tide of Climate Change' lets roll back this juggernaut- we are supposed to Homo Sapiens Sapiens surely we are not too daft to be beaten by this. Lets get things really moving- its time to change over to renewables completely- lets get on with it and stop procrastinating! Please join this exciting project- lets do for climate what we have done for economics. Lets create a global tide of change ! lets make real waves in all the oceans of the world. If you want to join this project please come to our launch conference event at Trinity College Oxford University on Saturday 29th November just a week before the COP 20 conference in Mexico where we will have our own delegation. We are currently doing a book on Renewables, how we can get them implemented everywhere. Email us if you want to take part and follow us on twitter.Green Economics@GreenEconomists to find out the latest from the projects.

Introducing the Green Economics Institute

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Introducing the Green Economics Institute:what we do and how we do it

UTube -Chatting on U tube about the Green Economics Institute, what we do and how we do it. Our 9th Annual Green Economics Institute Conference on U Tube Introducing the Green Economics Institute: Chatting on U Tube

Green Economics is launched in India at Shillong Institute of Management Launch of Green Economics in India August 7th and 8th 2014, Green Economics Conference and matching Green Economics Institute's Book-Green Economics in India:The Economics Miracle

Green Economics is one of the fastest growing global movements for change which has been taken up by many governments and NGOs and is having a huge influence on the worldwide social and economic landscape. It seeks to reform the very concept of economics itself by creating an entirely new discipline which is designed to help all people everywhere, prevent poverty as a given assumption, consider other species, nature and the planet and its systems.

The Green Economics Institute Team in the summer of 2013

STOP PRESSSpecial Book.The Greening of Latin America- ISBN 9781907543876 Out Now

The Greening of Latin America Book

STOP PRESS New Book Out Today.The Greening of The Mediterranean - ISBN 9781907543 Out Now

The Greening of The Mediterranean Book, out in time for the holidays

STOP PRESS New Book Out Next week The Vintage Generation, The Rocking Chair Revolution: Older People -80 is the new 20! ISBN 9781907543517 Out Next week

Older People Book

Green Economics is for all people everywhere, nature, other species, the planet and its systems as beneficiaries- not just as throw away imputs to a mainstream economy. Its for everyone and everything on the planet.

Mongoose February 2014

The climate has started to change and is more unstable. Human civilisation has built up over the last 10,000 years since the last ice age. If we mess with the climate that nutured us and our way of life- we enter unknown waters and we have no roadmap to guide us. In an age of rising sea levels we are in danger of drifting way out of our confort zone. We think we should be trying to halt further runnaway climate change, rather than increasing its velocity.

flooding in England in February 2014

About the Green Economics Institute

Bridging the gap between the technology, output and culture from the old economy to the philosophy and production modes of economies of the 21st and 22nd centuries: dont miss out on our ground breaking activities and innovations!

Miriam Kennet and Ben Armstrong-Haworth our Management team members at the House of Commons.

House of Commons

The Green Economics Institute has been spreading ideas of reform and a Renaissance in Economics and is leading thinking in this new global transformation. We are now an international network of 15000 people, and we aim to change the world through this revolutionary way of thinking: Green Economics. We are achieving this by running lectures, organising conferences, briefing governments, teaching and educating and of course writing and publishing our own books and journals. The 21st century has marked an incredibly new and powerful age of Global Transformation-the Age of Green Economics.

The Green Economics Institute works to change government policy and to implement their vision of a world where economics is changed and reclaimed for all people everywhere, especially women, minorities, and less able people, and people whose voice is not normally heard. It has been about fairness since the beginning.

It works to include gender equality as a major part of this as 70% of the worlds poor are women and also it works in all sorts of countries to help people to realise their own voice.

Members of our global network works as equals with mutual respect.

Saving Europe:Creating a Social and Environmental Ethic for the Citizens of Europe to feel a sense of belonging

Aims of the Green Economics Institute

1. We aim to create a new discipline in economics called "Green Economics"

2. We aim to create a climate where the reform of mainstream economics seems natural and the right thing everyone wants to do

3. We aim to put social and environmental justice at the heart of economics and financial practice, policy and theory

4. We aim to create a Renaissance in Economics -unpicking economics theory and text book assumptions to enable change to happen in the real world and the real economy

5 We aim to build a global network of Change Makers who can make this happen

6 Our network is diverse, and colourful and representative of ordinary people. We believe this is the future. Our network is gender balanced and we want economics and finance to start being like this everywhere

7. We want to stop runnaway dangerous climate change and instability and to advise people to start calculating their own carbon and reducing it

8 We want to stop the current 6 th ever mass extinction of species and halt biodiversity loss, we need other species and we dont want to be alone on this planet. We know the economy wont work without other species. We want to educate people about this

9 Our network is inclusive and includes people with special needs and we value everyone- not just the greatest happiness of the greatest number- we believe everyone and everything on the planet matters.We dont scramble over the voiceless to get to power- we include everyone who wants to make a positive contribution. We want to prevent poverty- not just to offer solutions to cure it.Therefore we work on the causes of poverty and the powerful interests that create " haves" and " have nots " and we try to unravell this.

10 Many of our network come from humble backgrounds and have had challenges and personal struggles in their lives of all kinds- we believe this makes them richer thinkers and we value that insight that each person brings. We aim to transform the lives of our network members and also of others with whom we come into contact.

In Reforming Economics and Finance and also to create a climate where economics and the economy create a much nicer and more inclusive world, where caring, sharing and supporting each other is the norm and accepted as the way to be.

We work to create social and environmental justice together.

We are not satisfied with mitigating the effects

We exist to create a framework for a complete change in the way we do things and the rationale and philosophy and structure of the economy. We are credited with creating the academic discipline of Green Economics and now we are busy implementing these ideas around the world and influencing the debate, policy makers, governments and the worlds shapers and movers.

Our Trust exists to provide education in this field.

We work through our international Institute, we are a registered Book Publisher and we have founded a unique academic Journal now in its 8th year.

We are also an Educational Institute and College and a leading international network of Innovators in all aspects of Green issues.We are a great place to study and we publish a new kind of open source book with lots of voices from all around the world. We are involved in all aspects of change from Research right through to implementing practical and applied change.

We also have speakers, lecturers and tutors available and we provide training courses and education in settings all around the world. We run regular and frequent conferences all around the world and often hold them at Oxford University.


Our particular campaigns include: gender equality, stopping and reversing rapid and hostile climate change, reforming economics into a goals based discipline, reforming our ideas about philosophy, stopping biodiversity loss, stopping geo physical changes brought on by humans of the anthropocene, helping humans plan an economy that works within the comfortable bounds of nature and the planet allowing both to flourish, working to ensure green jobs and green careers are available to young people- and helping prevent youth unemployment, helping to ensure ordinary people have banks that help them and not speculation which robs them.Changing energy use to renewables often small scale and locally generated and changing transport from private car use to encouraging investment by governments into safe accessible viable and attractive public transport for the 21st century and the second millenium. Helping to ensure Europe and other trading blocks help the people in them rather than existing to promote large multinationals, helping to ensure tax burdens are bourne by those most priviledged who can afford them. Helping to create and ensure democracy in many countries where corruption is more prevalent than fairness and equality and rights to vote. Helping to prevent outsourcing of environmental and social and economic benefits.Helping to ensure the European area starts to manufacture and reverse -"the fall of the Roman Empire" and bring the Real Economy back to strength and vigour.Helping to reinvigorate eduction and science for all people in the European space and helping women and older people and younger people participate as they want to make their own contributions. Advising governments and international institutions about what greening the economy and growth and flourishing really mean.Helping to eliminate and above all prevent poverty- by controlling those forces that dont care about the outcome of their particular economics ideology. Creating a more efficient earth,nature and people friendly for the 21st century.

Our current campaigns include Womens Unequal Pay and Poverty- how to prevent it- we are very active in this and have won awards

We are working to implement a green economy in Africa- our book Green Economics Voices of Africa is now available

We are working on the Eurozone crisis and its implications: we shortly have briefings and books coming out about that

We are working on the Green Built Environment - ensuring the green economy is part of the physical fabric of our lives and we have a book out about that- The Green Built Environment

We work on preventing dangerous and inhospitable climate conditions and reversing climate change -and we have a book out about that Green Economics and Climate Change

We also look at the way equality can be implemented and work on a citizens income with Clive Lord and our book Green Economics and a Citizens Income is out now

We do this by producing policy, advising on policy, running campaigns, writing and compiling our 4 book series- Reader Books, Handbooks, Philosophy of the 20th and 21st Century books, and Green Economics and Sustainability Book Series and also our academic journal International Journal of Green Economics, and our Members global networking magazine The Green Economist and occassional papers and Green Economics Briefing Papers.

We also run our own courses for older people, younger people, people all over the world and in all countries, and bring together visionary and innovate change makers: people from all over the world and all over Europe, to plan and innovate, changing the worlds economies as we do it!

We also run such courses for governments in the past Italian government,Nigerian governments, Dutch governments, UK governments, Balkan governments and many others all over the world.

We speak in various parliaments and governments around the world to create an atmosphere and incubating change and work with young revolutionaries in the rapidly changing geo political environment in the Middle East offering them hope and vision for changing their society.

We provide support for minority campaigns.

We are working on the green economy-Features, theory, practise, methodology and implementation to ensure its a version that allows for flourishing, equality and fairness and is above all inclusive and we have the Green Economics Reader, The Handbook of Green Economics, and Green Economics Methodology Books coming out about those.

Above all we advise governments how they can change and implement the green economy and we advise students and academics at all levels how to do this -and what a green economy actually is: we have a Masters course and short introductory courses for that.Please email to enquire for details.We also give lectures, speeches and training, all over the worl in Universities and Governments from China to South America and Africa- please email to request a world class trainer, teacher, lecturer, speaker, Professor, policy maker or campaigner.If you wouldlike our help to make change wherever you are: email us at and discuss your requirement with our CEO Miriam Kennet who just won an award for creating global inclusion in the world economy!

Our Aims

Our aim is to reclaim economics, for all people everywhere, especially women and minorities, nature, other species, the planet and its systems, all underpinned by developing the complex mesh social and environmental justice together. It is to invent and to promote green economics as a new discipline and discourse.

It is to promote the ideas of social and environmental justice as being two halves of the same idea- you cant have one without the other. It is intensely practical. Phase one was about spreading the idea around the planet which has largely been achieved, phase two is about implementation, including such ideas as democracy, innovation, green procurement, green IT, changes to transport, changes to distribution, changes to the entire way we do things

. Changes to green solutions so they are completely inclusive of everyone and everything on the planet. Its about recognising that we are all connected and that we need each other and we need other species and we need the planets systems which we are all part of. In this recession and downturn its about understanding how to work together for a bright, healthy progressive and positive future for our species which lasts and which is fun and exciting and which works to help everyone especially those who don't have a voice on the planet. Its about managing our own impacts, our own economics needs and our own responsibilities.

Everyone and everything on the planet has needs, responsibilities and impacts. We need to ensure they can all happen together to benefit each other, not just using the economy and others as throw away imputs to a faceless uncaring economy but as a positive global force for changing the way we do things - for the better for every person, every species, every system on the planet.! The major stumbling block to this in the 20th century was the rise of the changed idea of economics- as a faceless exclusive alienating tool

The idea of the 21st century is a complete about turn - so that the economy and economics enhances all our lives and our existence on the planet as a force for good, even a high tech and accessible future for everyone and with everyone involved. We do this using progressive and beneficial economics. We named this -green economics. The economics of equality, equity and sharing ! We have spread this idea right round the globe and we are now consolidating it and implelementing it. Join us today and enjoy being part of the fastest growing movement around the planet! For a really exciting and visionary future!

What is Green Economics? An age of global transformation- An age of Green Economics

Green Economics positions economics within a very long-term, earth-wide, holistic context of reality as a part of nature in the longer term and as a blueprint for 21st century economics practice in the shorter term. It moves economics from an emphasis and outcome of military, sex and cars, with Fordist and Taylorist high mass consumption of the 20th century into the economy of the 21th century which has a completely new aim and objective, for provisioning for the needs of all people everywhere, other species, nature, the planet and its systems as beneficiaries rather than throwaway inputs to the ceteris paribus economy of homo economicus and ruling man and his preferences. Economics is no longer about men in business suits- arguing over supply and demand curves and models. Economics is reclaimed as something that everyone and everything on the planet practices as all have impacts and all have needs, all have responsibilities and all have spheres of impact.

Economics goes back to its roots- as a discipline of household and estate management - oikia- rather than being predicated on greed, profit and price- with its joint roots in ecology.

By combining economics with knowledge from the natural sciences, Economics can now incorporate a much wider, more practical, holistic, and pluralist multidisciplinary range of knowledge than other schools of economics under a heterodox umbrella. Green Economics can offer unique insights into four of the key areas ('eco', intellectual, political and moral) of today's significant and mounting problems and highlights how its novel insights provide new solutions.

The development of this new branch of Economics critiques the main contradictions, deficiencies, assumptions, conventions, and inherent normative concepts found in dominant neo-classical economic thinking, which have accumulated over the past two centuries and reassessing the world undergoing social and environmental change.

It develops these themes further in order to achieve simultaneous social and environmental justice, as inseparable parts of a whole. Green Economics looks for solutions that simultaneously address poverty,( one fifth of humanity), current dangerous runaway climate change and instability and ending the current mass extinction of species ( currently there is the 6th ever on earth mass extinction event going on ) within an equitable and future proofed framework.

Green Economics is extremely forward thinking, long term, hi tech, futuristic, technically competent, ( many of our board have degrees in economics and Phds or other degrees in earth science or physics). Many are also literate in social science, many specialising in new ways of examining -truth and reality in both the social and physical world, using new innovative more up to date methodology. Our project is nothing less than to re-conceptualise the philosophy of economics and its and our place in the world.

As such a particular aspect is to re consider the role of economic growth, the role of GDP, and the role, structure and outcomes in the real economy of production, Foreign Direct Investment, speculation, land use, construction, property, procurement, logistics and supply chains and accounting as well as IT, and computer uses and intellectual property issues. Practises we use include everything on open source, and using slow travel in our work as well as web cams, web seminars and open source publishing. We have one of the largest green websites with free up to the minute global news and information. We also believe in local production for local needs, efficiency for appropriate supply, eg milk and vegetables being produced locally, energy being produced locally where possible and SMART grids being implemented. We are also exploring higher tech solutions. However, climate change will lead to huge areas of the world being uninhabitable or unsuitable for growing food and we are committed to a sharing methodology for all of humanity - rather than a l"and, forest and food grab" of assets by the rich and powerful.

This means global solutions for global problems such as poverty and it means working much harder to prioritise the Millenium Development Goals especially the education and empowerment of women and girls. It has been suggested (McGlade) by the European Environment Agency that educating and empowering women - would alone reduce the population projection down from 9 billion to 7 billion humans. This alone would allieviate huge amounts of hardship. We advocate empowerment of women and girls and the single most important piece of work to be done in the next few years - which will have direct benefits for all of us on the planet. Men currently own 99% of the worlds assets and this patriarchy and accumulation needs to be urgently rebalanced into a more sharing and caring economics practis.Most of the worlds poor are women and many women are poor. Poverty is a highly gendered situation. Many of the main victims of aids HIV today are women and many of the main victims of disasters from the Tsunami and other natural disasters are women being poorer and often more directly dependent on the natural world. Women are still dying in huge numbers in pregnancy and child birth all over the world. There were more slaves, mainly women, in the 20th century than ever before- far from eradication of slavery - it is thriving and has a very gendered aspect and needs urgent re- abolition - this time for good!

Green Economics has also been termed -The economics of sharing -so it addresses now forms of distribution and also the economics of doing- as it is now a major player in many governments around the world, in the race to become green and to use Green Economics and the green economy as the one ray of hope in ending the current economics downturn and setting trends for 21st century economics and provisioning over the century for the needs of all people everywhere, other species, nature the planet and its systems and in fact provisioning for the comfortable survivability of the human and other species. Governments all over the world are falling over themselves to understand this programme and message- do ensure you don't loose out!

It aims to innovate in methodology of economics, theory and practice making economics acessible for everyone. We are actively changing the culture of homo economicus and making economics broader and more socially and environmentally just.Our Sustainable Development Economics courses include robust, lively and enjoyable training in development and in women's economics, environmental change and social justice. We do this using participatory methodology.

We want to transform economics to enable it to provision for the needs of all people everywhere, nature, other species, the planet and its systems.We want economics to benefit these groups rather than being throw away inputs in the service of faceless policies.

"We're now on the threshold of a global transformation- the age of green economics" Ban Ki-Moon General Secretary of the United Nations.

The Green Economics Institute advises governments around the world and provides advise about dealing with the current crises in economics, climate and biodiversity as well as poverty and inequality. We help people future proof their economics with an eye on weathering the current economics downturn and laying the foundations of future sustainable prosperity for themselves and their family, their company or their country.

10 Key Values of Green Economics

1. To provision for the needs all people everywhere, other species, nature, the planet and its systems, all as beneficiaries of economics transactions, not as one-off inputs.

2. To reinforce an underpinning of social and environmental justice, tolerance and no prejudice and creating quality of life for everyone, including current and all future generations, and regardless of age.

3. To ensure the recognition and respect of other species' rights. To end the current mass extinction of species and ensure the survival of Earth's biodiversity.

4. To create an economic system which advances non-violence and the inclusion of all people everywhere, regardless of special needs or special ability. To ensure that all nations have equal access to power and resources on a finite planet, and that local people to have control over their own destiny and resources. To eradicate poverty, increase life expectancy, human welfare and real well-being in the least developed countries.

5. To guarantee gender equity in all activities, educating, respecting, empowering women and minorities, and ensuring that all people valued and respected equally.

6. To end high mass consumption and the current overshoot of Earth's resources, returning human civilisation to the comfortable bounds of nature in its original climatic conditions. To choose lifestyle change over techno-fixes and eco-technology, lowering individual carbon usage, living lightly on the earth.

7. Changing how economics is done: from being an abstract mathematical exercise to embracing the real world we all live in, recognizing that we are all concerned as stakeholders.

8. Climate change prevention, adaptation, mitigation. Protecting the most vulnerable from risk. Ensuring the future of small island states. Quickly reducing carbon per capita globally to 2 tonnes in the next 5 years and zero soon after. Limiting and reversing climate change. Moving to renewable energy sources.

9. Future-proofing economics to increase its suitability for the 21st century, solving the current economic downturn and widespread uncertainty. Creating and nurturing an economy based on sharing, rather than greed and profit.

10. Completely reshaping and reforming economics to do all the above.

Recent clients include

We have been training the National Government School, teaching climate change economics and giving a public lecture at Schumacher College, and attending the Royal Economics Society annual conference, we were selected to join the IPCC climate change scientists panel and also attended the conference of European Greens in Barcelona which we attended traveling on the overnight train. We are also writing various papers and books including for the Italian government and the Cambridge Journal of Economics. We have sent two issues of our academic journal to press for this year and are currently compiling two more. Recent country consultancy and lecturing has been in the UK, France, Spain, Poland, Germany and Montenegro, and Ireland as well as being invited to lecture all round the world in official events, deleguations and universities in countries spread from Abu Dhabi,Turkey, Dubai to China and Brazil and the Russian Federation. We worked in Ankara Turkey and Skopje Macedonia, as well as the UK and some via webcam and web seminar and video.

The Italian Government, The British Council, the National Government School, The Indonesian Embassy and the Indonesian Ambassador, The European Greens in the European Parliament, the Hungarian Government, the UK Cabinet Office, the UK Treasury, the Schumacher College UK, the Richmond American University in the UK and the American University in Macedonia, The Irish Government, the Spanish greens, , the Young Greens, Yorkshire Forward, The Department of Transport in the UK, Chelsea Art College, the University of Bath, the Rosa Luxembourg Foundation, the UK Quakers,The Government of the Netherlands, Eurac Research Centre Bolzano Italy, the International Labour Organisation, The Green Jobs Programme and many others, the National Government School, Venice International University, REC Hungary.International University, Slubice Poland and Frankfurt am Oder University Germany, The Heinrich Boell Foundation in Brussels, The National Audit Office,Rethinking Economics at The London School of Economics.

The Malaysian Government, the UK National Government School, the Tyrol Government, Ministers in Italy, The Encyclopedia Britanica in Italy, ll Libro Del' Annio Green European Foundation, the Young Greens, Thessaloniki. The International Labour Organisation, the Universities in Lancaster, Cambridge, the Oxford Union,The University of Ankara, the University of Istanbul, the European Greens, the European Green Summer University, Poland and Germany, Coutts Bank,Tekna Norway, the European Commission and the British Council, the Indonesian Embassy and Educational Attache,and many, many more.

General Information about the Green Economics Institute

The Green Economics Institute has its own delegation to the COP Conferences, Kyoto Protocol including this year COP 20 2013 in Peru. We have also given two high profile radio interviews on BBC Radio Oxford. We have attended conferences in many places including Cancun Mexico and Riga, Latvia. We have also appeared on TV and radio in Italy, Tallin in Estonia, the UK and Bangladesh amongst many others, and received invitations from The Presidential office in Russia, the UK Government and several universities and governments in China. We have also been invited by governments and princes in several Gulf States as well as several parts of the United Nations and the International Labour Organisation.

Our CEO Miriam Kennet recently gave a speech in the UK House of Commons in the UK Parliament about Green Economics, and more specifically about recycling, reusing and repairing.


Green Economics is one of the fastest growing global movements for change which has been taken up by many governments and NGOs and is having a huge influence on the worldwide social and economic landscape. It seeks to reform the very concept of economics itself by creating an entirely new discipline which is designed to help all people everywhere, prevent poverty as a given assumption, consider other species, nature and the planet and its systems.

The Green Economics Institute has been spreading this message and is leading thinking in this new global transformation. We are now an international network of 15,000 people, and we aim to change the world through this revolutionary way of thinking: Green Economics. We are achieving this by running lectures, organising conferences, briefing governments, teaching and educating and of course writing and publishing our own books and journals. The 21st century has marked an incredibly new and powerful age of Global Transformation-the Age of Green Economics.See More

We trained at the Women Leaders Event last year for top civil servants on the importance of the role of women in the world economy at the National Government School. We have lectured at the Oxford University European Affairs society on gender and its importance, and have also taught the staff at GCHQ about the importance of this issue for global security. We were published in the New Scientist, in an article about the importance of gender arguing that this is the single most important issue for the future. We are also working with women around the world in many different countries to change the global economics representation. We were part of a delegation to No 11 Downing Street in the UK to speak to the chancellor and we spoke in the Treasury about Green Economics.

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H2> Latest blog from COP 20 Climate Conference in Lima Peru- from our delegates:

This morning we continued to attend the Plenary Session in Lima where mainly the delegates of developing countries (China + G77 etc.) expressed their dissatisfactions about the fact that the latest version clear text of 2015 agreement does not include their suggested perspectives while a few developed countries (Norway, Japan) expressed the understanding of the situation because of limited availability of time to incorporate changes.

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In response, the ADI CO Chair explained it is responsibility of the delegates to incorporate their perspectives in the new agreement, not the co-chair's. It seems to me that the team of the ADI Chair has failed to play a leadership role in coordinating the incorporation the core differences in a working draft as the basis of further negotiation and moving on.

Latest Flickr Photos : We are delighted to announce our Delegation to the COP 20 Kyoto Protocol Climate Conference now taking place in Lima Peru. Our Delegation is Professor Peter Yang who is currently working with us on our book on The importance of Renewables- an idea whose time has come.

He is joined by Professor Maria Madi who has written many of our books- including the Greening of Global Finance and the Greening of Latin America. Both Professors are on the board of our Academic Journal - The International Journal of Green Economics.

Please write in to to advise what issues youd like them to raise at the climate conference.

Latest briefing Update Live from our Delegates inside the conference Chamber

The co- chairs of the ADP presented a draft negotiation. They said up to now there is no convergence about the negotiations.

There are pessimitic reactions from Bolívia, india, Algéria, Venezuela, egypt, saudi Arábia, Nicarágua and China because

A) the have concerns about the legal status of the draft

B) they believe the draft is unbalance and not comprehensive of the discussions made last week

C) they complain that some proposals and some othets not without defining the criteria for selection

D) they have deep doubts about how to move forward from this draft.

Love Tilehurst Campaign to stop developments that local people have overwhelmingly shown that they do not want

Love Tilehurst, Support the Campaign to keep it wild and open'




We are pleased to say that we are supporting the campaign to stop a huge development at Tilehurst, near Reading Berkshire. We support homeless campaigners and our new office is in a local homeless charity, however building an enormous group of developments on largely green field sites is NOT a green policy and is highly undesirable. Local people rely on the area for amenities to protect their health and well being -exactly what the government and the Marmot Report advised. This will all be compromised by filling in the green lungs of the local area and joining it on to the conurbation of Reading which is already marked down today in a report on the worst hotspots for extremely bad air pollution. The last thing the area needs is more building and more congestion and even worse air quality as this is responsible for mounting health costs, and untold misery and disease. We need to keep the clean air and open spaces to ensure the air quality and health issues dont cost us any more.

The other part of this issue is that the infrastructure, water, transport, shops etc are not being planned for so this development, as usual not considered in the round with amenities and meeting spaces to give the whole development a human scale, and so it will have a knock on effect in the local community. Planning needs to be just that- planning for enhanced communities - NOT just sticking on some houses and making loads of money and then walking away- with people marooned in the middle of nowhere with no transport or supporting infrastructure.Many of the local areas have no bus or public transport at all and so this is going to mean even longer traffic queues in the morning.

I am not sure that local people will benefit in anyway from having IKEA right on their doorstep, I am not sure local wildlife- ( many wild deer on the bits they want to build on) will benefit from an IKEA or further building.

. All in all a very bad set of plans and a disaster for ecosystem services, biodiversity, amenities, quality of life and health. Not a good development idea and not necesarily much use in helping homeless people or others wanting afordable housing with amenities so they dont have to constantly get into their cars every day to buy a pint of milk.

We have lots of lovely events for you in autumn 2014

permaculturehousesmm.JPG Permaculture House!

Photo of Permaculture House by Ryota Koike (GEI Japan).

3 Our members held a lovely event at the House of Commons on 16th July 2013 and this will be repeated in 2015 with a these of Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics.. If youd like to join our Institute please email asap to reserve a place at the next one

4 .March 2015 Annual Green Economics Institute, Green Economics a 3 Day Conference to be held atOxford University. Call for Papers and speakers and workshops is now open.Please send your papers and abstracts to

The Green Economics Institute Conference every year, is the main forum where the development of a major economics alternative to the main stream is created by global innovators from policy making, politics, NGOS, campaigners and academics and students all come together to make waves of real change in the world. Your voice really counts at the conference.

This year it seems the tiny seedling we had created and nutured of "Green Economics" has come of age and is nearly 15 years old and so has entered its adolescence. Hence there are fascinating tensions between the claims for it of corporations who are wanting to use it to carry on with business as usual, and campaigners who want to use it to change the world and to solve contemporary problems- namely- runnaway climate change, population and equality and empowerment of women, minorities and people with dissabilities and special needs and inclusion, and also the problems of the 6th ever mass extinction of species, and the terrible economics downturn.

The East and Asia have also adopted a "green economics narrative" largely taking the environmental out of our " social and environmental narrative" whilst the west has adopted the social- (countries like Norway) but still kept the oil addiction and not yet really embraced the environmental bit.Most countries are still running business as usual banking and economics but all are putting a toe in the water of green economics.

Paid up Participants at many of our events will receive proceedings. All our events have lead to books or will lead to books in the future and many are used by global policy makers and governments around the world! All participants are invited to participate in these campaigns and projects which make global waves of change! All are welcome to submit chapters, articles, ideas, papers, and for more information

Book each of them by emailing

Our recent event was our 8th Annual Green Economics Institute, Green Economics Conference 16th -21st July 2013 at Worcester College, University of Oxford and the Oxford Union.

Our annual Green Economics Conference was held at the stunningly beautiful and ancient Worcester College, University of Oxford and the Oxford Union, the worlds formost debating chamber, on the 17th 18th 19th 20th July 2013. The college is absolutely beautiful and the rooms are lovely with a gorgeous lake and lovely accomodation.Book the dates in your diary and dont miss this wonderful event.

Also some sessions will be held in the University College, which is also absolutely ravishingly pretty and where Bill Clinton is a member and regular visitor.

Worcester college also has a lake and we will incorporate our Green Economics and Biodiversity project into the event and do field trips and wildlife walks in the extensive 26 acres grounds of the college.

The event will be followed by a 2 day relaxing holiday together.

For the conference , there is accomodation on site as well and the college is very close to the centre of Oxford for outings to see all the major sites.

Conference high quality proceedings at all our conferences and events

All pre- paid participants will receive a proceedings document on arrival at our conferences. .

All speakers and participants are invited to contribute to the proceedings. Please provide between 4 and 8 pages A4 -1600 - 2500 words please. References to be used where necessary and no footnotes. Please send the article in .doc or .odt formats. Please use Arial 11 point with 12 point headings. Send a 5 line biography about you and your professional interests and your title, institution and the title of the paper and your telephone and email contact details..

All proceedings will be considered for inclusion or submission to our high profile global academic and or political journals . Papers will be considered for inclusion in our books series, The Green Economics Series published by the Green Economics Institute © books

If you would like to come along please email us asap to

Concentrated solar

Photo of Concentrated Solar by Ryota Koike (GEI Japan).

The Green Economics Institute is pleased to announce its Winter, spring and summer Programme & Activities for 2014

Sparrow parent and child

Photo of sparrow parent and child by Miriam Kennet (GEI).

Our 2013 Interns, work experience and scholars Programme is starting now, please apply by emailing

For bookings please email to book

permaculturehousesmm.JPG Permaculture House!

Photo of Permaculture House by Ryota Koike (GEI Japan).


Brand new great books for 2014

Our team with our new books!

We are publishing 50 books this year in our book series.Below are details of some of them

We are pleased to provide details of our ground breaking books about Green Economics published this year including

1. The Greening of Food, Farming and Agriculture is our latest book.

.Greening of China and Asia (BRAND NEW)

2.Young people: The Greening of Jobs, Education and Employment (BRAND NEW)

3.The Handbook of Green Economics:A Practitioner's Guide

4. Green Economics and Climate Change

5.The Green Built Environment: A Handbook

6.The Green Economics Reader (an introduction)

7. Womens Unequal Pay and Poverty: Towards a Gendered Green Economy

8. Citizens Income and Green Economics

9. Green Economics: Voices of Africa

10. An Introduction to Green Economics Methodology BRAND NEW. Edited by Two up and coming Norwegian women economists- dont miss this exciting development).

11. Green Economics and Energy Policies for the 21st Century:The human costs of Fuikishima and Chernobyl (BRAND NEW) Our brand and really exciting innovative new book with fresh perspectives: Green Energy policies for the 21st Century , featuring the real costs of nuclear, and perspectives from Fukishima and Chernobyl, Edited by Ryota from Japan, Dr Potapenko from the Ukraine and Miriam Kennet from the UK. Just published 12. The Greening of Indonesia with a foreword from Their Excellencies the Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia and the Educational Attache. -

13. The Greening of Eastern Europe

14 The Greening of Global Finance- launched on BBC Radio Tony Blackburn and on BBC World Service in July 2014

15 The Green Transport Revolution short report Launched in the House of Commons July 2013

16 Green Economics and the Arts: A book of poetry, photography and art, launched by the Ambassador of Indonesia at Worcester College, University of Oxford with a poetry reading under a copper beech tree in the grounds by Dr Matt Rinaldi

17 The Greening of Health and Healthcare

18 The Greening of Latin America

19 Greening the Global Economy

20 The Green Transport Revolution Book or to order your copies or buy the books and for more information.

Invitation to write: New for 2014

The following books being created at the moment .Please send in your papers and ideas, all our books feature voices from all around the world and all backgrounds- ensure your voice gets heard, send in your papers, even single pages of bullet points of ideas and whole articles for the new books: ask us to send you instructions for writing. Email

The Greening of Nigeria

The Greening of Malaysia

Green Economics, Inclusion and Dissability( including benefits)

Biodiversity and species loss, saving species and exploring our economics dependence on other species and nature. how to save species.Animal Protection

Green IT, innovation and hi tech

Green Economics & Older People (including pensions)

The Political Economy of Textiles and clothing.

Green Economics and Water in Maritime Environments and River Catchments.

Population and resources in a world of 9 billion people

Renewable energy



Older People, the Vintage Generation, the Rocking Chair Revolution

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Internships, Academic Internships,Academic and Research Study Programmes, Charity Work, Work Experience & Scholars Programmes in Green Economics

APPLY NOW for 2015! Our lively, international and large range of Internship Programmes offer a unique and life long education, career-support, providing a unique experience and career foundation.

We offer a choice of Academic and Publishing routes, or Work Experience,running events and speaking, as well as Organisational management, academic and institutional administration and hundreds of other really unique and career enhancing opportunities. We also provide our students with opportunities to meet and work with the world's leading scholars and campaigners to present academic research events, as well as writing in our books, and running events with the management team and early leadership opportunities.

We have lots of wonderful interns this year from all over the world. If you would like to join them please email us to discuss it with us. Please email in the first instance and we will discuss your requirements with you and

Our interns come from all around the world from different backgrounds, including economics, geography, peace studies, language, corporate social responsibility, economic policy making, technology and innovation, energy, green built environment, inclusion, access, women's studies, disability, special needs and minorities, etc.

Further information about the Programmes, Email us for details

Our Green Economics team with some of our books from our brand new book series

Our books out now!

1. The Greening of Asia and China Book

The Greening of China and Asia sold out in its first run- if youd like to order a copy please email us at

Sha ZuKang Head of the RIO +20 Conference with our Green Economics Book!

RIO +20: Sha Zukang Head of RIO +20 Sustainable Development United Nations Conference with our Book about Green Economics

Greening of Asia and China Book

The Green Economics Institute has launched another first with our book -Green Economics:The Greening of Asia and China.

This is a wonderful book of voices from all around Asia, please email us for more details and to reserve your own copy. Packed with exciting information and this book raises the lid on the exciting innovations coming out of Asia at the moment.

2. Young People, The Greening of education, jobs & employment! Book

A fascinating book ! for more details!

Young People,education and employment.

Our activities and achievements have included

Our CEO was Notable alumna of the month July 2012

Our CEO is Notable Alumna of the month

New! Our CEO nominated as one of 100 most powerful women on the planet!

 100 women award for Miriam Kennet our CEO

 Our conference at Oxford University July 2012

Our official speaker panel at The United Nations Conference "RIO +20 Sustainable Development Summit" in RIO Brazil in June 2012.

Publishing with The Green Economics Institute: Invitations to write

Our journals and magazines

The Institute also publishes a regular refereed academic journals including The International Journal of Green Economics in association with a large international academic journal publisher.

We are now accepting papers for Volume 9 issues1-4-2015 of the International Journal of Green Economics as well as expresions of interests for guest editors and themes for an entire issue.

. If youd like to send in prospective articles please email them to as soon as possible.They need to be between 2500 and 7000 words and in word, .doc or .odt formats. No footnotes. PDf wont be accepted and all articles are double blind peer reviewed.-

We especially encourage new authors, people from minorities and less developed countries and also experienced authors and many of our writers are Professors exploring the cross over from other disciplines and also economists and practitioners at all levels. The main requirement is an open and enquiring and curious mind to innovate and to think in completely new ways.

Download Side Event Invitation to RIO +20 What is Green Economics: A Roadmap of its development June 21st 2012 at 9.00 am iat RIO Main Conference Room T8

Download Side Event. At RIO +20 we launched our Major new book series on Green Economics June 22nd 13.00 RIO Arena

Download Amended Text Output from RIO June 17th as amended by Miriam Kennet Green Economics Institute+20

Sha ZuKang Head of the RIO +20 Conference with our Handbook of Green Economics!

RIO +20: Sha Zukang Head of RIO Green Economy Conference with our Handbook of Green Economics

Amazing pictures from the RIO +20 Green Economy Conference in Brazil this week - where we had a huge team but only 2 people who travelled- the rest were local people from Brazil or came by 20 hour local bus service or delivered their talks and participated via our skype over the 2 days from the UK!A real green team who collaborated across the world see pictures here from our flickr

Green Economics Institute Team  of Green Economists!


Conference in Brazil 20th - 21st June 2012

RIO +20 Conference which was all about the world discussing green economics and the green economy! Our books were used as a toolkit for the output of the conference. We are very proud of this!

Pictured above our CEO Miriam Kennet discusses the RIO +20 Conference with Dr Sha Zukang.

. Our Team

Calling all Charity workers, potential students, scholars and interns

Our Programme is in full swing at the moment.

We are currently recruiting for the interns, scholars & work experience world class training courses we run. Students of all ages and backgrounds can come for 1 month, 2 months or 3 months and receive first class state of the art, training, workshops, classes, presentations, participation and opportunities which we think are unique. Subject to numbers there are outings, field trips and visits and exposure to some of the top economics, policy makers and institutions on the planet. Please email us if you would like to be considered, some of the courses have fees and some are working courses. Please enquire and discuss you own requirements for green jobs, and green careers. We keep the best students and give them work afterwards if they want it ! Please see the interns section of this website for much more information about the programmes we offer and email us in the first instance- and we will discuss your requirements with you.

Our Team in action at the Occupy LSX demonstration outside St Paul's Cathedral

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Miriam Kennet, Our CEO, visits the London Stock Exchange Protest outside St Pauls Cathedral

We are glad to see that the eviction order has been delayed as we are seeing a global movement asking for change in economics practise and theory- and this cant be quelled by force- only by progress- green economics offers such hope and so the protesters and visitors were exceptionally keen to use and to propose green economics as a solution.

See the photos from the protest. Or see the photos tab at the top of this page where they are all displayed as well as visiting the Green IT conference.

See photos from all these activities at the photos tab at the top of this page click on Photos and - click on Our Photos.

We have been very active.

Miriam Kennet, Our CEO, visits the London Stock Exchange Protest outside St Paul's Cathedral, part of the Occupy Wall Street Movement to reform economics

Below is a slide show of our work

- protests in the City of London, visit to Green IT, working with universities, producing books, working with students and changing policies, radio interview about the protests and about green economics, winning the award for 100 most powerful women on the globe!

 Our lovely new range of books

Download book brochure on how to save and manage our countryside and rural urban amenity spaces

Please see our speeches section for TV of our latest research into the Rural Urban Fringe Economy we did for the government.

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