The Green Economics Institute Trust
Picture above are some of our Trustees at our Annual Oxford University Conference.
The Green Economics Institute Trust is very active in Changing the Narrative of Economics, Climate Change and in the Education of the Public about Green Economics. The Green Economics Institute Trust is a Charity Registered with the Charities Commission in England and Wales.
Its main activities aim to show innovative and effective solutions to Economic problems and human survivability using Green and Economics Solutions. We work on social and environmental justice in its widest aspects and show how its all linked together. We work advising governments and Ministers all over the world about what is possible and likely in the next few years. We are currently working on how to move everyone to 2 tonnes of carbon and the economics implications of that change. For example we have more detailed Special websites- www.2tonnesofcarbon.org, and for our diplomacy at the highest level discussing the future of the world’s economy. Special website- www.GEIRSD.org. We also work on migration as an important economics topic.
How we create really effective solutions for todays problems
It carries out extremely effective research and finds solutions to todays problems which have been adopted by governments and Ministers throughout the world and which are being used also to inform scientists and world leaders at the COP climate conferences.
Our Trustees as of January 2018
1.Marlyn Lee Hughes: Chair of Trustees and is an educational specialist in charge of our qualification programme and conferences activity.
2.Miriam Kennet: Founding Trustee and Treasurer, Editor of our Academic Journal, The International Journal of Green Economics published by Inderscience Academic Publishers and is responsible for the United Nations COP Climate Diplomacy and activity overall.
3.Michelle Gale: (USA and Brazil) Deputy Editor of our academic journal. Leader of our COP climate Change Team.
4. Pamela Harling: Secretary and Renewables Expert who has converted her own home to zero carbon. She coordinates some of our exhibition stands and also some of our COP United Nations Climate Conference activity.
5. Areti Nanou: (South Africa, UK and Greece) Membership Manager and Data Manager.
6.Professor Maria Madi: (Brazil) Education Expert Committee, Qualifications, Books, Publications, The Green Economist
7.Jack Easton: Economics and Climate Finance Expert and active in coordinating our COP United Nations COP Activities.
8. Agneta Granstrom MP: Sami Parliament, (Sweden), Indigenous peoples. Agneta is a specialist in Health and government and diplomacy.She works on our conferences and also our International High Level Diplomacy.She is an expert on the effect of climate change on the Arctic and its indigenous peoples.
9. Anjikwi Mshelbwala: (Nigeria) is an ActionAid IT and green cities and infrastructure specialist. He works on our conferences provision and on migration.
10. David Williams: A councillor in Oxford for many years, and a specialist in International Education, running wonderful training courses and China. He advises us on education in Oxford and our conferences and also on Migration.
11. Bianca Madison- Vuleta: Is a specialist in green issues and runs a therapy company and writes in our books.
12 Paul Kennet ( UK and South Africa) is a founding trustee and a technical engineering, process and energy specialist.He is very active running our conferences and exhibitions stands and stalls and book sales.
For more information please email the Trust at email@example.com
Our Range of Trustees From all walks of Life
Our Trustees include people from all walks of life- from Councillors to people active in the city, to people working in energy firms, financial advisors, Directors, Managing Directors, people working as Pension Board Directors as well as green activists, writers and academics.
All the literature and research shows that doing something for others or for charity is really good for our mental health. We are always pleased to have new team members and will be delighted to hear from you if you would like to join us to make a difference in the real world with us.Just email us at the address at the bottom of this page. You can choose to become a member or to give a contribution or a donation to us or take part in our lovely and exciting activities.
Education of the Public
The main Aim of our Trust is to spread the word about Reform and Change and the use of Green Economics by all sorts of means but particularly via Education.
Educational Courses, research, writing, qualifications with GEI
We also have Post Doc and Researchers, writers, professors and all levels of students with us for several months each year. We have recently begun to welcome Research Students -usually post graduate for longer periods and projects of their choice. This has brought new depth and maturity to our work. Please email if you would like to take part in this programme.
Professional Qualifications and Education
We run our Professional Examination Course and are an award granting body. We have students living in for several months often in the summer.
the Trust works with students at all levels to provide or support education from undergraduate, CPD Continuous Professional Development, One Day courses, weekend courses, Professional Qualification Courses and Masters, PhD and many other courses including special courses for different organisations.
We give all our students Oxford style tutorials, class room learning and learning by doing all sorts of innovative work.
Many of our students obtain several citations, including whole books, papers and other publications and public speaking on their cv and many other unique experiences which they all value and really enjoy. We also provide Professional Qualifications at all levels and our courses are suitable for CPD as well.
We have published over 100 books and academic proceedings have been published by the Green Economics Institute, supported by the Trust, in the 8 years up to February 2018, all on economics, social and environmental justice themes. These all support the work we do in educating the public and our students and members in particular. Our brand new website is in development and you can visit at www.geibooks.org.uk to find out more.
Our brilliant network
Our Books, Events and Conferences support the work of the Charity. We have 20,000 people in our network across the globe and lots of volunteers at any one time helping us achieve our aims of changing the worlds economy.
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