Green Economics Institute

Founding Year: 2003



Miriam Kennet (Director & CEO)

Is an “international institute for green economics professionals, green economics, green jobs and green careers.” It has a “large global green experts network that provides training, conferences, events, speakers and lecturers.” GEI aims to “reform Economics, prevent poverty at its source, stop the mass extinction of other species, help humankind to survive, halt the current rapid climate change, and create a more sharing society based on social and environmental justice as well as equality and inclusion.”

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Green Economics Institute contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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