On Green Economics, Migration and Climate Change

Earlier this month, Danika, one of our project co-ordinators attended the 12th Annual Green Economics Conference organised by the Green Economics Institute in Oxford. During the three day event, various topics were discussed including migration and climate change, as well as the green economic aspect of each topic.

During the event, Danika chaired three panel sessions and also gave a short talk on the migration situation in Malta.


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The Green Economics Institute was established in 2004 and has now grown into a leading thinktank and development incubator for Green Economics and the Green Economy. More information on the Green Economics Institute and on the conference can be found here

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