28.07.2014 : Nobel Peace Laureate

The Global Green University Platform tries to push the triology of economics,ecology and ethics for a Global House of Harmony. Within ethics Prof.Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Laureate 2006, is a key-figure with his two terms " micro-credits" and "social business" !

At the Astana Economic Forum the top-students of the III.World Economic Youth Forum (see: news May 2014 at www.european-retail-academy.org) got the opportunity to listen to Prof.Yunus personally (on the photo together with Professor M.Fedorov and Prof.B.Hallier : both members of the Club of Eurasian Economic Scientists).
 



17.07.2014 : Portmeirion

In 1925 B.Clough Williams-Ellis (1883-1978) acquired a peninsular at the Traeth Bach River in Wales/UK to develop his own village.Describing his plans in 1926 in the Architects' Journal he was able to impress potential investors. In two steps 1926-1939 and 1954-1978 he realized his vision as an advocate in rural preservation, amenity planning and colourful architecture (www.portmeirion-village.com).

Clough Williams-Ellis was also a founding member of the Council for the Protection of Rural England (1926) as well as of Wales (1928). His own village is surrounded by 70 acres of subtropical forest gardens.
 



05.07.2014: GGU

Pursuing the idea of GGU about sharing the knowledge, Alina Pukhovskaya has submitted in March 2014 an article for the international scientific competition of young scientists. The program is organized by international youth movement called “Eurasian Youth Economic Forum” (Link), which takes place every year in Yekaterinburg.



The paper “Internet marketing in academic research: case study of Global Green University “ was selected for publishing in the Collection of scientific papers on “Management and Marketing Challenges of the XXI Century” (Link, p 93)
 

25.06.2014 : Istanbul

There is no other city in the world which over thousands of years is an example of change/urban revitalization like Byzanz(Greek Empire),Konstantinopel(Roman Empire),Stanbul(Osman Empire) and Istanbul : based on two continents - being the bridge between Orient and Okzident.

In June 2014 it was the location for an EBS/Metro Properties Talents Program where the European Retail Academy was involved by Prof.Dr.B.Hallier for whom this seminar was a reminder of his 1969-stay as an AIESEC-trainee in Turkey.
 



15.06.2014 : Myth of Worpswede

In 1889 four painters/sculpturers started to escape from industrial mass-production areas and crowded cities to the marshy land in the North of the city of Bremen/Germany (www.worpswede.de/willkommen) to slow down life and to develop country-style-living as an alternative to the main stream !

Key-names at that beginning of the Worpswede-Community were Fritz Mackensen, Heinrich Vogeler, Bernhard Hoetger and visting artists or artists who settled in the near-by villages like Otto Modersohn, Paula Modersohn-Becker or the poet Rainer Maria Rilke. Today Worpswede is a tourist attraction with several museums - but also still working-place of 140 artists or gallery-owners.
 



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