Herman Greene

Herman Greene

Herman Greene is founder and president of the Center for Ecozoic Studies, a hub for dialogue and thought on an ecological-cultural age. He is co-editor of the forthcoming textbook Earth Law: Emerging Ecocentric Law—A Guide for Practitioners. He serves on the Boards of the Earth Law Center, Institute for Ecological Civilization, and International Process Network, and on the Advisory Boards of the Center for Process Studies and the Institute for the Post-Modern Development of China. Earlier in his career, he was a corporate, tax, and securities lawyer. He holds graduate degrees in law (University of North Carolina), theology (University of Chicago and United Theological Seminary), and political science (Stanford University).

GTI Contributions
Coping with Barbarization
GTI Forum
Coping with Barbarization

Contribution to GTI Forum After the Pandemic: Which Future?

July 2020



Roundtable contribution on The Problem of Action - Herman Greene
Roundtable
Contribution to GTI Roundtable The Problem of Action

December 2017

A new thought collective on eco-democratic socialism could provide the needed conceptual understanding for a global movement.


Commentary on A Higher Calling for Higher Education - Herman Greene
Roundtable
Contribution to GTI Roundtable "On Higher Education"
An exchange on the essay A Higher Calling for Higher Education

June 2016