If you missed 'Ecopolis' - the day of debates, discussions and workshops on the green transition which took place on April 26th, organised by Oikos think tank in collaboration with GEF and others, catch up with some of the discussions here thanks to the summaries...
The Green European Foundation is currently seeking a part-time Editor in chief for the Green European Journal. Applications are open until 31st May 2015. Read below for more information.
As United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon declared at the opening of the General Assembly in September 2014, “we are living in an era of unprecedented level of crises”. The 10th edition of the Green European Journal seeks to identify what makes the Green approach to foreign affairs distinctive, and asks whether ideals of peaceful resolution can stand up against the reality of a world ridden with complexity and conflict.
With this fully updated and revised edition of what was previously called the Manual for Europe, GEF continues with its mission to bring Europe closer to citizens in order to foster greater involvement and awareness of the European Union and its politics. Download or order your copy now!
If you missed the Green growth or de-growth? Alternatives to austerity conference organised by GEF, Greenhouse think tank and Oikos in march, you can catch up with all the discussions that took place thanks to these video clips.
At the Council meeting of the European Green Party, which takes place May 15-17 in the Croatian capital Zagreb, the Green European Journal, on behalf of GEF, organises a panel discussion around the theme of its latest edition: Green views on foreign policy
The annual report provides an overview of all GEF's projects from last year, giving you a summary of the people GEF has been working with, the places we have been active, and the topics we have focused on over the course of 2014, in collaboration with our partner...
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