The latest research and policy initiatives on state-level Genuine Progress Indicators (GPI) was featured on a panel at the USSEE 2013. From today’s Burlington Free Press:
The alliance of environmental activism and alternative economic thinking was showcased recently at the University of Vermont, site of the seventh biennial conference of the U.S. Society for Ecological Economics. And one of the topics that came in for attention was an alternative to GDP known as the Genuine Progress Indicator — an index, billed as a measure of a state’s well-being, that soon will make its debut here with the blessing of the Vermont Legislature.
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