Denmark has the highest taxes in the world and the vast majority of Danes happily pay: They believe higher taxes can create a better society.
For Stern, the heart of his values lies in the importance of family. “I’m 68 and I am thinking what will my granddaughter Rosa be like when she’s 68? We’re talking about towards the end of this century and what we do now will determine whether the next 100 years is the best of centuries or the worst of centuries."
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Judging by the huge turnout, it would appear that people are hungry for a conversation about meaningful change towards a sustainable economy.
We've been living our lives as though the accumulation of wealth is the key to our dreams” and yet despite ever-increasing financial prosperity in North America, people’s ratings of happiness and well-being do not reflect a similar increase. Clearly there is a disconnect ...
Science has shown that indeed, after a certain level of income – about $75,000 for a family – having more does not make you happier.
The GDP measures the value of all transactions for goods and services. But many agree that its biggest flaw is that it say little about 'the welfare of a nation.