We will have a large task to educate the workers within State agencies and local governments and school boards as well as our Vermont legislators and candidates on GNH ideas and how to really make these ideas make a difference in creating a sustainable and happier future for Vermonters. With the primaries in full-swing we need to educate candidates and the media on GNH ideas and hopefully raise the visability and viability of these ideas in the context of the election.
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Posts from our Blog on Good Governance
More posts on this subject
- Good Governance and Gross National Happiness Henceforth our responsibilities will always be the first and foremost, the peace and tranquility of the nation; the sovereignty and security of our country; the fulfilling of the vision of Gross National Happiness; and the strengthening of the new system of democracy
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- Bernanke urges economists to study Happiness Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke again urged economists to study Happiness and Well-Being in a pre-recorded talk played at a conference of economists in Cambridge, MA August 6th.
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- One take on the 10 Happiest Cities in the USA Here is one reading of the numbers from the large Gallup well-being studies listing the top-scoring cities in the USA. This article has been spread over 14 pages, likely to force the reader to scan past more ads, so our apologies in advance.
Read about the Happiest Cities in the USA
10 Happiest Cities in America
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- The U.N. Happiness Project Op-Ed Contributor
By TIMOTHY W. RYBACK
Published: March 28, 2012
Next Monday, the United Nations will implement Resolution 65/309, adopted unanimously by the General Assembly in July 2011, placing “happiness” on the global agenda.
“Conscious that the pursuit of happiness is a fundamental human goal” and “recognizing that the gross domestic product does not adequately reflect the happiness ...
- Despite Economic Growth, Happiness is down in China China’s Economic Growth Hasn’t Meant Greater Life Satisfaction for the Chinese
By Suzanne Wu
May 14, 2012
Despite an unprecedented rate of economic growth, Chinese people are less happy overall than they were two decades ago, reveals timely new research from economist Richard Easterlin, one of the founders of the field of “happiness economics” and namesake of the ...