When talking about the ‘economy’ most people think of financial concerns, the ideal of perpetual growth and increasing Gross Domestic Profit as the primary way we measure success as a nation.
But what if instead society and politicians pursued a ‘wellbeing economy’?
That is an economy in service of human and ecological wellbeing that recognises;
- real wellbeing depends on creating a world where we all can prosper and flourish; and
- the economy is embedded in society and the rest of nature as an integrated, interdependent system.
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