Two events:

Green Economics Retreat "Economic Wellbeing"

In beautiful countryside At "Earth Spirit", Lockyers Farm,

Compton Dundon, Somerton near Glastonbury Somerset TA11 6PE

11:00 Saturday 25th to 15:00 Sunday 26th February 2006

Gavin Smith, Head of Business Banking at Triodos Bank "Banking with a conscience."

Dr William Bloom (speaking on Sunday) is one of the UK’s leading authors and educators". Former LSE Economics Lecturer in the field of holistic spirituality and development. This includes "The Holistic Revolution" and several books on ‘money& its archaeology’.

LETS Link UK, the organisation of Local Economics Trading Schemes .

Victor Anderson, Author: Economics, Religion and the Clash of civilisations.

Craig Simmons Queens Award Ecological Footprinting: Living on One World: creating a LOW footprint economy

Miriam Kennet Director and Co-Founder Green Economics Institute

Volker Heinemann Economist, Taxation and audit specialist, , Co-Director Green Economics Institute talks about classical economic theories.

David Taylor, Director Earth Spirit Green Conference Centre, talks about Green Economics

Dr Molly Scott Cato, author Green Economics, Work, Green anti capitalism

Dr Derek Wall, Foucault and his influence on Green economic theory.

Dr Richard Lawson", the economics of medicine and economics of science"

Lyn Lovell "Money"

Brig Oubridge, 'Democracy in Business - the Stakeholder Principle in Practice: the Big Green Gathering.

Brian Leslie on "The destructive history of money".

Caroline Frizel on Dance movement therapy and feminism.

Judith Felton Alternative medical practitioner and reflexologist and occupational therapist

Peter Knight, Art therapist and specialist on eco –art

Dr Jean Boulton: "Whole system thinking and its implications for Green Economics:

The cost of attendance is £30 for the weekend: pre registration only. (£40 on door). Accommodation and meals are not included but must be requested on the booking form and be pre-paid (depending on availability). To see the types of accommodation and find out more about the Farm, go to Booking forms and conference info are available on Please complete your form and send together with a cheque payable to the "Green Economics Institute" to: The Conference Manager, The Green Economics Institute, 1 The Spinney, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 1TA, For more information about The Green Economics Institute and the Conference, email: [email protected]



In association with Mansfield College, Oxford University and Pluto Press Publishers, Inderscience Academic Publishers

Green Economics Conference at Mansfield College, Oxford University

Saturday April 8th 2006 11:00 – 17:00

The importance of Holism, Long-Termism and Intergenerational Equity in Green Economics, Stakeholder Theory and Corporate Social Responsibility


Laszlo Zsolnai, Professor and Director, Business Ethics Center, Corvinus University of Budapest: "The question of profit in the context of Nature, Society and Future Generations"
James Robertson, Mansfield College Oxford, Author, OCEES member.
Professor Priscilla Alderson, specialist in young people at London University: "Intergenerational Equity"
Chit Chong, "Restitution for Future Generations"
Dr Christine Gilligan: "Why Green Economics makes sense in the current global economic environment."
Stephen Barthorpe, Mitie Ltd: "Corporate Social Responsibility in Construction"
Rachel Curzon, Birmingham University: "Stakeholder Theory"
Dr Paul Williams: "Climate Change and the effect of the shutting down of the Gulf Stream on future generations"

Also Pritam Singh, Oxford University and Oxford Brookes: "Compatibility vs. incompatibility between inter-generational equity and intra-generational equity"; "Vaults and Gardens" Restaurant in Oxford share some of their green secrets about healthy food economics; Marcus Sutcliffe, Manchester Metropolitan University: "Ecological Footprinting research and current work looking at long-term impacts with a major airport"; Craig Simmons, Best Foot Forward, Winner of Queens Award for Industry: "Living on One World: creating a low footprint economy"; Miriam Kennet, Mansfield College, Oxford and the Environmental Change Institute: " Long termism and futurity, stakeholder theory - contrasting solutions and perspectives"; Volker Heinemann, Goettingen University ""The decline of neo-liberal economic thinking"; Brian Heatley "Political economy and pensions"; James Robertson, Campaigner with New Internationalist, and Rose Bridger, food campaigner: "Economics as ecology"; Catherine Budgett-Meakin, Co-ordinator and Chair Population and Sustainability Network; Dr Derek Wall "Babylon and Beyond"; Brian Leslie, Editor of Sustainable Economics: "Issues in Green Economics"; Peter Lang, Resurgence "Green Pensions"

Admission £30.00 (£40 on the door). Pre-booking is requested. Please send cheque payable to "Green Economics Institute," with booking form from to:

The Conference Manager, The Green Economics Institute, 1 The Spinney, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 1TA
For more information email
[email protected] or telephone +44 (0) 1235 524119.
Formal lunch in Mansfield College Dining Hall (with optional gowns) for £15.00, which must be pre-booked. Bar lunches £8.50.