Next issue: Living towards transformation
Submit your expression of interest for our next issue looking at the ‘Living towards transformation’. Final submission due 6 March 2023.
Essays should be between 2,000 and 2,500 words and should not have been previously published elsewhere. Green Agenda aims to go beyond opinion and commentary, encouraging engaged analysis of themes and ideas.
We are open to different kinds of contributions ranging from creative writing to visual essays, and plenty more, please contact the editor to discuss.
Green Agenda is an online publishing project that aims to stimulate public discussion and debate, deepening understanding of critical and contemporary ecological politics and thought. It is a project of the Green Institute, focussing on publishing essays and interviews that explore the challenges of our time and present creative progressive ideas for the future of Australia and the world.
Green thinking is responsive to the challenges of our contemporary world and is underpinned by the beliefs found in the four pillars of the green movement around the world: ecological sustainability, social and economic justice, peace and nonviolence and participatory democracy.
The primary content on Green Agenda is long-form essays, although the editor welcomes content exploring themes and topics relevant to green thinking through other mediums such as interviews, visual projects and other creative content.
Who can contribute?
Green Agenda welcomes contributions from writers, academics, scholar-activists, organisers and citizens who share an interest in exploring ideas that are consistent with progressive and green thinking and its contemporary relevance.
Green Agenda is a project of the Green Institute which is a not-for-profit organisation with limited resources. Green Agenda receives no on-going funding and is funded through individual donations. We rely on donations to help pay contributors. Donate here now. We are able to pay up to $200 per piece.
Contributors retain ownership of their work and are free to republish elsewhere while acknowledging the original publication with Green Agenda.