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Summer School June 20th, 21st, 22nd 2018 Oxford

Green Economics Institute Education – 2018 Summer Green Economics School

 

Concepts and methods in Green Economics Theory and Policy

20th 21th 22th June 2018, Oxford, England

This Summer School Program can boost your learning. Bringing together people from all over the world, this 3 day Summer School is an exciting opportunity to enrich your curriculum with tutorials designed by highly regarded scholars.              

Main sessions

  • Introducing Green Economics, Environmental and Social justice
  • Green Methodology
  • Scientific, Writing and Communication Skills
  • The Low Carbon Economy, Lifestyle and Global Governance
  • Green Economics and the COP. Rethinking policy proposals

 

 Goals

  • Familiarize students with Green Economics concepts, methods and literature.
  • Enhance critical thinking skills through self-exploration and class experiences.

 

Please send your enquiries to info@geiacademy.org

Registration and booking at www.geiconferences.org 

Registration http://geiconferences.org/product/gei-first-ever-summer-school-june-20th-21st-22nd-2018-university-of-oxford/

Visit www.geiacademy.org

 

 

Call for Students and Participants

1st Ever Green Economics Institute Summer School

To be held at St Hugh’s College, University of Oxfor   Wednesday 20th 21st 22nd June 2018

Concepts, methods and literature in Green Economics

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DAY 1 20th June 2018 Green economics Introducing concepts  Subject  Activity Wednesday
1-1-30 welcome coffee
`1 30- 2 30

 

Introducing macroeconomics and finance Lecture Professor Maria Madi  (Brazil and Argentina )
2 45- 3 45 Introducing sustainable goals, environmental and social justiceand the limits of main stream perspections, methodology and literature Lecture Miriam Kennet
Coffee-break
4 15- 5-15

 

 2018. an economic overview Lecture Professor Maria Madi
5 30 – 7  Sustainable goals and current challenges.  Green economics and the COP Brainstorm activity Professor Maria Madi and Miriam KennetMichelle Gale

 

 

DAY 2  Thursday 21stJune 2018  Improving methods and skills Subject Activity Thursday
1-1-30 welcome coffee
`1 30- 2 30

 

Green methodology. (interdisciplicary approach, case studies,  filed research, etc..) Lecture Volker Heinemann
2 45- 3 45 Scientific and Writing skills I- Working in groups writing an abstract. The students will receive a list of subjects to write abstracts Marlyn Lee HughesProfessor Maria Madi

Miriam Kennet

Coffee-break
4 15- 5-15

 

Scientific and Writing skills II  Working in individual abstracts Maria MadiMiriam Kennet
5 30 – 7 Communication skills Presentation of abstracts. Enhancing debate on green economics issues Maria MadiMarlyn Lee HughesMichelle Gale

Miriam Kennet

 

 

 

DAY 3 Friday 22nd June 2018 Future trends Subject  Activity Friday
1-1-30 welcome coffee
`1 30- 2 30 Disruptive innovations Lecture maria
2 45- 3 45 Innovations and  inclusive growth . Thinking policy proposals Working in groups Maria MadiMiriam Kennet
Coffee-break
4 15- 5-15

 

The low carbon economyGreen Cities Lecture Richard Clarke  TBCAnjikwi Memshallbwana
5 30 – 7 Low carbon and  global  governance. Thinking policy proposals Working in groups Miriam KennetRichard Clarke TBC

Michelle Gale

Professor Maria Madi

 Due to a large demand we will have more lecturers than shown here

 

Learning  Objectives. How   this Summer Program Can Boost  Your Learning

 

This summer school  seeks to promote academically motivated  students by strengthening their methodological understanding in linking theory and  experiments. They convey the excitement of new progress in  Green economics through the stimulus of learning. The objectives are to train and attract graduate students interested by working at the interfaces between disciplines.

Bringing together people from all over the world, this 3 day Summer School is an exciting opportunity to enrich your curriculum. Courses and tutorials are designed and taught by highly regarded scholars.

This summer school program comprises intensive activities  which aim to provide attendees with an introduction to both the theoretical foundations and the practical applications of some of the Green economics  thinking and aplications. Each subject has theoretical and practical classes.

 

Goals and objectives

  • Familiarize students with Green Economics concepts, methods and literature.
  • Assist students in their personal development of skills including  and professional strategies.
  • Teach writing   and communication skills to prepare students for  the gig economy challenges.
  • Enhance critical thinking skills through self-exploration and class experiences.
  • Gain leadership skills through classroom activities, discussions, and cultural experiences.

 

Students are expected to be familiar with the core concepts of the summer programme

Certificates

The students will receive a certificate  after accomplishing  80 % of the  summer school activities

 

Qualifications

The summer school is suitable for  graduate students, academics  and policy makers

More Information will be posted here shortly

Updated on April 20th

If you think you would like to participate please email us today to register your interest in this progamme:

At greeneconomicsinstitute@yahoo.com

And/ Or greeneconomicseducation@yahoo.co.uk

And /or info@geiacademy.org

 

Cost of the summer school of £350 per person for the whole 3 days.

This fee does not include food, acommodation or travel. All fees must be paid at the time of booking.

Student accomodation is plentiful in Oxford -please see our acommodation list.

 

Admission is by application, please send your cv and email of motivation to 

indo@geiconferences.org  or info@geiacademy.org

We will admit 12 students and  the places are likely to fill up so please book as soon as possible.