GLF Third Edition Returns on November 25

Bookstore during GLF2, at BIC

SustainabilityNext magazine is proud to announce the return of the Green Literature Festival for its third edition on November 25, 2023, at the Century Club, Bengaluru.

The Green Literature Festival (GLF) brings together authors, environmentalists, and readers to explore the intersection of literature and sustainability.

GLF 2023 features a lineup of distinguished personalities, including Bittu Sehgal, founder of Sanctuary Asia magazine and the author of “The Sundarbans Inheritance,” Nagaraja Prakasam, impact investor and mentor at IIMB NSRCEL and the author of “Back to Bharat – In Search for a Sustainable Future,” Prof Anil Gupta, a social sector activist and former faculty member at IIM Ahmedabad. He is the author of “Grassroots Innovation: Minds on the Margin are not Marginal Minds.”

Audience at GLF2, 9 December 2022 at BIC

More than twenty authors representing children, adult fiction/non-fiction and green business will discuss hot topics that concern the future of India’s green space.

Classics and current books will be on display at the bookstores by Attagalatta and Funky Rainbow, catering to a diverse audience.

In addition to the main sessions, the GLF 2023 will also feature workshops such as Masterclass on Writing Stories with Animal Characters and Masterclass on Curating Green Libraries in Schools and Homes, a workshop for teachers by author and educationist Meena Raghunathan. Workshop on Citizen Science by WWF India and much more.

New book launches and an exhibition of sustainable brands promises to offer a rich experience on the Green Day Out. 

The festival’s grand finale will showcase the GLF Honor Book Award Ceremony which will celebrate the GLF’s selection for the best book published in 2022 on children, adult fiction/non-fiction and green business books.

GLF is a free-to-attend festival. A nominal charge of Rs. 500/- is being charged for workshops.

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About the Green Literature Festival

The festival was founded in 2021 by a team of authors to bring together people who are passionate about literature and sustainability. GLF is a platform for authors, environmentalists, and readers to share ideas and learn from each other.

The first offline festival in 2022 drew dozens of authors and a few hundred readers.  GLF has a wide array of partners – WWF India, India Youth of Climate Action (IYCN), India Climate Collaborative, among others. It is supported by The Habitats Trust, Azim Premji University and the Rainmatter Foundation.

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