Common Good Vermont: Applications and Lessons Learned in Policy and Community Development

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Facilitator: Tom Barefoot, GNHUSA. Presenters Mark Anielski, Genuine Wealth Inc., John de Graaf, Take Back Your Time, Tony Cortese, Second Nature, Yvette Jarreau, Eileen Fisher, Inc, Anne Lezak, Benchmarks for a Better Vermont, Anthony Pollina, Vermont State Senator. Part of the 'Happiness & WellBeing: Building a National Movement' conference, the fifth North American Conference focused on the topics of Gross National Happiness, well-being as a policy focal point, and measuring what matters. It is inspired by the High Level Meeting: Wellbeing and Happiness: Defining a New Economic Paradigm held at the United Nations April 2-4, 2012.

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