The Green Economics Institute is an international institute for green economics professionals, green economics, green jobs and green careers. It has a global green experts network that provides training, conferences, events, speakers and lecturers. It has been modelled upon and heavily influenced by, its corporate hi tech background in global communication systems, and logistics and supply chain management, and IT. It uses knowledge and methods from corporate training for business transformation, combined with robust science, from Oxford University and involvement with cutting edge business product development and leading industrial change from within as well as first-hand knowledge and creation of green dialogues for 30 years. Its Director is a member of Oxford University's Environmental Change Institute, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, IPCC. The Institute has its own delegation to the COP Process and the Kyoto Protocol, and in its team it has several Nobel Prize winners and also the creator of the Carbon Market and the Kyoto Protocol economics (as well as the Kyoto 2 concept). The Green Economics Institute aims to reform Economics, and to prevent poverty at its source, to stop the mass extinction of other species, to help mankind to survive, and to halt the current rapid climate change and to create a more sharing society based on social and environmental justice and equality and inclusion.
Areas of focus
Founder gender: Both male and female founders
Leader gender: Female Leader(s) (2016): Miriam Kennet & Volker Heinemann
Leader gender: Both male and female (more than one person)