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Miriam Kennet is an economist, environmental scientist and member of Mansfield College, Oxford University, the Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University and the Oxford Union and IPCC. She co-edited "Green Economics, beyond Supply and Demand to Meeting People's Needs", and author of over 100 articles on green economics and stakeholder theory, corporate social responsibility and economics transformation, green jobs, geo engineering and women's unequal pay and poverty, climate change, poverty prevention and biodiversity economics.
CEO, director and co-founder of the Green Economics Institute, a member of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (MCIPS) and the founder/ editor of the International Journal of Green Economics and The Green Economist, she is a regular trainer, speaker, lecturer and adviser to governments, including the National Government School in the UK.
She lectures and speaks on the international stage and many universities around the world and has appeared on radio and TV in many countries, most recently Estonia and Spain, Italy,Belgium and the UK and as well as running a very lively international interns college and regular influential,international green economics conferences and has her own delegation to the Kyoto Process. A UK government recommended reviewer for the IPCC and is reviewer and writer for the International Labour Organisation. She is on the Assembly of the Green European Foundation and on the steering group of the European Network of Political Foundations.