08 Jul Happiness, Low Co2 Emissions the Keys to National Success
Happiness, Low Co2 Emissions the Keys to National Success
A respected Monash University economist has devised a thought-provoking method of measuring countries’ ability to achieve success in an environmentally-friendly way – and South-East Asian nations feature prominently.
Professor Yew-Kwang Ng’s Environmentally Responsible Happy Nation Index (ERHNI) is calculated as the happiness of a nation’s average resident, minus the number of years of unhappiness the nation inflicts on the global community as measured by its per capita carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.
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