The Economics of Happiness by Mark Anielski.
- Mark Anielski talks about the economics of happiness at TEDx St. Albert
Genuine Wealth... measuring what matters most to well-being.
- An Economy of Well-being: Mark Anielski speaks to Alberta Greening Government Series
- Alberta and UN Sustainable Development Goal #1: End Poverty
- Alberta’s Progress Towards UN Sustainable Development Goal #2 (End Hunger)
- Habitat for Humanity: Building Equity, Well-being and Interest-free Mortgage Living
- What happened to our investment in the Great Canadian Oilsands? Now Suncor?
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Economist and author Mark Anielski is interviewed by Ted Ritzer, host of the Alberta Greening Government Speakers Series about his second forthcoming book An Economy of Well-being: Common Sense Tools for Building Genuine Wealth and Happiness (April 2018). Mark outlines … Continue reading
https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6347603326812643328 In this series of articles I will attempt to present a portrait of Alberta’s performance with respect to the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals. The first UN SDG is to eliminate Poverty. On an international level the UN’s … Continue reading
In this series of articles I will present a portrait of Alberta’s performance with respect to the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals. The UN SDG #2 is to achieve zero hunger. On an international level the UN’s goal is … Continue reading
July 9, 2017 (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) I’m a big fan of Habitat for Humanity. In my view, they are the only genuine affordable housing program which provides the benefit of zero-interest mortgage, mortgage payments that never exceed 25% of a … Continue reading
There is talk today about the future of Suncor and who should own Suncor shares, as shares are trading at $42.28 today (February 9, 2017), exceeding the $40/share highs of November 4, 2015, with dividend yields of 3.04%. As oil companies grapple … Continue reading