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  • Agriculture & Justice: The Farm of Francesco
    The Economy of Francesco brings together young economists in order to work towards an economy based on solidarity and sustainability. The Farm of Francesco is a proposal from its Agriculture and Justice Village, which aims to help create a farmer-centric sustainable agriculture. Learn more about this initiative here.
  • Pick It Up! Tackling plastic pollution on campus
    The GEJP is proud to launch a collaboration with “Pick It Up (new window),” a campus initiative that seeks to reduce plastic pollution on Georgetown’s campus and other college campuses across the country. Founded by the Beeck Center for Social Impact & Innovation, “Pick It Up” provides students with the resources to track, visualize, and […]
  • From wild consumption to responsible engagement: young adult Eco Summer Camp
    Eco Summer Camp for Young Adults, August 22 – 28, 2021, Lasalle Institut, Switzerland.   From wild consumption to responsible engagement. The struggle against environmental degradation and the preservation of our planet must first and foremost become a cultural movement in which everyone assumes their own responsibility, as individuals and in cooperation with their peers. Thus, we are […]
  • International Conference: Environmental justice, August 29th – September 2nd, 2021. Lasalle Institut, Switzerland
    While warnings from the climate science community are growing, the Paris Agreement is not being met by any member country of the United Nations. What are the reasons for such a failure? How to cure it? In the meantime, new challenges have emerged, which still played a rather minor role in the 2015 negotiations but […]
  • Economy of Francesco and women: access to land and sovereignty in the Global South
    The GEJP is proud to launch a collaboration with the Woman Mother Earth Alliance. This group seeks to offer concrete answers to the demand for “Land, Roof and Work”  for women in rural areas of Brazil and the world. They are part of the Economy of Francesco, a community of young economists from all over […]