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In A Time Of Transformation, We're Going Quarterly - Green Agenda
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In A Time Of Transformation, We’re Going Quarterly

Times are changing around the world, and Green Agenda is following suit. We’re excited to announce that we’re moving to a quarterly online journal model. Each season, you’ll receive a suite of new pieces, interviews, and a webinar, unified around a curated theme. We want to kick off a collective conversation and make connections across different issues, policy areas, and members of our community. We’re excited about launching the inaugural edition in Spring 2020. To do this, we’re also launching a Call for Abstracts process. We want to reach a wider range of people and topics and, to do that, [...]

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