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Green Culture Forum 2017

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We are delighted to announce the Green Culture Forum 2017!!

From 2018 we’ll only have numbered Green Culture events and that one will be no. 7.

So! Green Culture enters its 5th year with its 6th event and it’s great to see it organically growing bigger and spreading wider.

In 2017, in addition to the four main pillars: Green Creatives, Green Business, Green Science and Green Philosophy, we’ll talk about empowering Green Communities and implementing Green Policy across all sectors.

We are also introducing our educational programmes, Eco-kids Summer Camps and The Green Culture Ambassadors, an 8-month long programme to be launched in October 2018 that will educate and empower an international group of students, providing them with the tools to be the future global environmental leaders.

Our Green Culture Network is growing bigger and is gathering an extraordinary group of likeminded people from across Europe. With over 70 prominent speakers in the past 4 years, we’ve collaborated with institutions such as the Imperial College, British Council, Royal College of Art, Cass Business School, numerous embassies and universities and organisations, such as the creative sector pioneers Julie’s Bicycle, and the Foundation Prince Nikola Petrović Njegoš. For the Green Culture Forum 2017 we are honoured to have speakers from the London School of Economics , Green Building Council of Montenegro and industry leaders Cape Farewell amongst others.

Also this year, in collaboration with our partners, the Green Culture Forum 2017 will take place in several cities throughout Montenegro: Herceg Novi, Kotor, Luštica Bay near Tivat, Cetinje, Nikšić, Podgorica and Bar, finishing with our annual gathering at the Ada Bojana resort near Ulcinj for the final two and a half days.

Green Culture will introduce its international hubs, starting with London this year.