Dean Myerson, White Salmon, Washington
Announcing the closure of the day-to-day operations of the Green Institute is a difficult task, but we will not be going away, as the results of our work over nearly ten years will continue on. Our website will accessible and the online efforts of the Institute can be searched and retrieved. We encourage all to take a look.
Our efforts and activities have been wide-ranging over these years, from studying Green politics in Europe to looking into progressive Hip Hop. We have hosted panels on foreign policy, reforming the American political system, as well as at the Us Social Forum in Atlanta. Our speakers at events have including Congressman such as Jess Jackson Jr and well-known activists such as Elaine Brown.
One of our signature efforts was our local policy wiki database - GreenPolicy.us, which will now continue on independently as GreenPolicy360.net. We put extensive effort into researching and cataloging local policy and we are happy that it will continue to grow in the future with the guidance of Steven Schmidt who co-established our original site.
We are also proud of the work we supported by author and historian Roger Morris and the science policy and interdisciplinary analysis from Tom Baugh.
Although this work was wide-ranging, at the base of it was always the principles of Green politics that drove us. We hope that this archived website is of interest and use to you.