The Latest books from The Green Economics Institute and GEIBooks

  1. Values, Valuation and Valuing Edited (2017)  by Professor Maria Madi (Brazil) ISBN 9781907543647
  2. Green Economics for Post Paris Africa, (2017) by Dr Sadiq Okoh (Nigeria)
  3. The Future of Income, Work and Labour (2017) Edited by Miriam Kennet. ISBN 9781907543531
  4. Productivity and Health, (2015) A state level analysis of Indian Agriculture By Shilpa Chaudhary 2nd edition in production currently.
  5. NHS Continuing Health Care Funding, (2016) by Peter Lang
  6. Migration, (2016) Edited by Henry Fieglar and Miriam Kennet
  7. Green Investment and Green Finance,(2017) Edited by Professor Maria Madi (Brazil)
  8. Growth for Sustainability Edited by Keishi Prendushi and Federica Savarino (Italy)
  9. Economics and Corruption by Dr Enrico Tezza (Italy) Forthcoming in 2018 Currently in Production
  10. Economics Theories Revisited by Koryo Suzuki (Japan) Forthcoming in 2018. Currently in Production
  11. Medicinal Plants in the Economy by Dr Papa Faye (Senegal) Forthcoming in 2018, currently in production
  12. Economics and Well Being, The Sustainable Development Goals by  Dr Arturo Herman (Italy) Forthcoming in 2018, currently in production
  13. Saving Social and Environmental Justice in an Age of Tyranny and Corruption Edited by Miriam Kennet and Professor Maria Madi 9781907543555 A Fascinating Collection of Papers from the GEI Conference June 2017 held at Oxford University.

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Introducing Renewables

£40.00

by Federica Oriana Savarino (Editor),‎ Ms. Miriam Kennet (Editor),‎ Iolanda Cum (Editor) (Sept 2015)

ISBN-10: 1907543163
ISBN-13: 978-1907543166

Migration

£35.00

ISBN 9781907543210

Inrtroducing Migration: Social and Environmental Perspectives.

 

Renewables are getting cheaper

£40.00

Author :Peter Yang (2015) A member of our GEI Paris United Nations Delegation
Peter Yang was previously a research professor specializing in international economics in China, who published on its economic reform policies and strategies in the early reform years. He proposed, among other policies, the reform of the Value Added Tax (VAT) as a major step for its economic reforms.

His current teaching and research as Associate Professor at the Case Western Reserve University, USA, focuses on climate issues in the USA and China,  such as Environmental and Climate Protection Policy, Transformation to Sustainable Development, Renewable Energy Promotion, and Renewable Energy Technologies.
He is the author of a number of books and around 100 articles.

His recent books, “Rolling back the tide of climate change in the USA and China” and “Renewables are getting cheaper” are the most current studies of the environmental and climate protection and sustainable development policies and renewables deployment in the major economies and the rest of the world.

ISBN-10: 1907543724
ISBN-13: 978-1907543722

Values, Valuation and Valuing

£40.00

Edited by Professor Maria Madi (Brazil) and Miriam Kennet

  • Paperback: 270 pages
  • Publisher: The Green Economics Institute (1 Jun. 2017)
  • ISBN-10: 1907543643
  • ISBN-13: 978-1907543647