New book @Environment_EU, ‘Sustainable Cities Reimagined’ launched

We are living in an an increasingly urbanised world. Cities in Africa, Latin America and Asia are growing like never before. How can we make sure that cities evolve in a sustainable way, minimising the use of resources and emissions, but maximising creative potential, economic opportunities and social cohesion? How can we compare cities based…

Oxford Spring School in Ecological Economics 2019

The preparations for the Oxford Spring School in Ecological Economics 2019 are in full swing. The School will be hosted by a lovely St Hilda’s College featuring wonderful views and green lawns. We are expecting several special guests including the Director General of WWF, Marco Lambertini, Professors Joachim Spangenberg, Herbert Girardet, Victoria Hurth, Stanislava Boskovic,…

ECOSYSTEMS @ClubOfRome

Next week, Environment Europe will be joining the Club of Rome 50th Anniversary Meeting. This will be a unique chance to present our new book, ‘ECOSYSTEMS’ to the international audience. Club of Rome is the most respected forum of sustainability thinkers in the world. The story of the Club of Rome begins with an unlikely…

ECOSYSTEMS @ClubofRome

We are immensely pleased to confirm the official invitation to attend the 50th Anniversary meeting of the Club of Rome to take place in Rome, 16-18 October 2018. This will be a fantastic opportunity to present our new ‘ECOSYSTEMS’ album to a broad audience. You can already pre-order the album using the crowdfunding page we…

ECOSYSTEMS I: CRITICAL REVIEW OF PRACTICE

  Nature is an invaluable gift that we are so bad at protecting and restoring. The authors of the ‘Limits to Growth’ report in 1972 (Meadows et al, 1972) have warned us that not dealing with just three important elements: namely availability of resources, pollution and population growth will lead us to a severe crisis….

Valuing Nature @routledgebooks

Valuing Nature? Economics, Ethics and the Environment, a volume edited by J.B. Foster has made a profound impact on me as an ecological economist and a photographer. In this brilliant collection of essays the leading sustainability thinkers present the philosophical issues inherent in the neoclassical environmental economics dominant at university departments today. Dismounting the supremacy…

Index 2018 Dubai @tradegovuk

Dear Friends! Environment Europe​ has just won a grant of £2500 from the UK Department for International Trade Business to present our environmental art at the leading contemporary interior design fair Index 2018 in Dubai, taking place 26-29 March 2018! We need £4000 to cover additional expenses for the stand, airfares and accommodation as well…

Pulau Redang @Resurgence_mag

When I visited a little tropical island of Pulau Redang a few years ago,  I was expecting to experience the true tropical paradise with turtles coming to nest on island’s beaches. To my greatest disappointment every single area of island’s life: energy generation, transportation and, especially, waste treatment have shouted about existing problems. I photographed…

Generation Wealth @ICPhotog

The New York based International Center of Photography is hosting an incredibly powerful exhibition ‘Generation Wealth‘ by Lauren Greenfield. The curatorial text has been written by Juliet Schor, one of the co-authors of our new book, ‘Green Economy Reader‘. The exhibition presents a rich tapestry of stories from contemporary America describing the current culture of…

Environment Europe @COP23

Finally the video from Environment Europe press conference held at UNFCCC COP23 in Bonn featuring Dr Stanislav Shmelev has been made available. It is aimed at a broader audience and we hope that you will enjoy it: UNFCCC COP23 Press Conference. The aim of our press conference was to launch a new book, ‘Green Economy…

British Pavilion at UNFCCC COP23 in Bonn

It is my greatest pleasure to announce that my award-winning environmental art will be exhibited at the British Pavilion at UNFCCC COP23 in Bonn between 15 and 17 November 2017. Environmental art could be a new language to reach the hearts and minds of a wider public with a strong environmental message. Our executive education…

Environmental Art at COP23

It is my great pleasure to announce that my environmental art from the “Magical Realism” series will be exhibited at the forthcoming United Nations UNFCCC COP23 meeting in Bonn. Environmental art can be a powerful language to attract attention to the world’s most important problems: climate change, biodiversity loss, plastics pollution in our oceans, the…