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The Economics of Well-Being

Mark Anielski

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The Economics of Well-Being

The Economics of Well-Being

Mark Anielski

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Hi I’m Mark Anielski an economist and the author of An Economy of Well-being: Common Sense Tools for Building Genuine Wealth and Happiness and the award-winning book The Economics of Happiness.

Latest Episodes

A First Nation Embarks on an Economy of Well-being: Onekanew (Chief) Christian Sinclair of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation Explains How

Christian Sinclair is the leader, or Onekanew in Cree (an alternative name for 'chief), of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation located in The Pas, Manitoba, a community of 6.200 people located 6 hours north of Winnipeg. I met Christian at the first Indigenomics conference in Vancouver in May 2019. He purchased a copy of my book and called me 2 days later noting that my vision for an economy of well-being was in line with his own vision for his Opaskwayak Nation. Christian is a former Canadian military snipper and understands the art of military strategy. He is leading his Nation on a bold journey towards an economy of well-being, following in the recent footsteps of New Zealand, Scotland, Iceland and recently Finland. Christian and I spoke January 14, 2020 in his office about his vision for developed what would be Canada's first community (and First Nation) to adopt a working model of an economy of well-being. ** My apologies for the low audio volume on my end of the interview. --- Send in a...

37 MIN1 d ago
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A First Nation Embarks on an Economy of Well-being: Onekanew (Chief) Christian Sinclair of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation Explains How

Dr. Philip Clayton: Building an Ecological Civilization

Dr. Philip Clayton is my next special guest. Philip and I discuss the concept of an ecological civilization. He and I have recently returned from Seoul, Korea where we were the guests of Seoul's Mayor Park Won-Soon presenting at a major conference to discuss how Korea might adopt the concept of an 'ecological civilization' which Philip along with John Cobb Jr. and others have been instrumental in advancing in China. Philip holds the Ingraham Chair at Claremont School of Theology and directs the Comparative Theologies PhD program. A graduate of Yale University, he has taught at Williams College and the California State University, as well as holding guest professorships at the University of Munich, the University of Cambridge, and Harvard University. His leadership roles in theological education over the last 15 years include serving as the immediate past dean of CST, obtaining funding for and launching the CST online program, and leading a Ford-sponsored program on “Rekindling Theo...

60 MIN2019 DEC 6
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Dr. Philip Clayton: Building an Ecological Civilization

Tami Hay (Part 2): Earth Gut, Healing Our Bodies and the Essenes as a Community of Well-being

Tami Hay joins me again for a more in-depth conversation about her insights into health, the ecology of our 'gut', eating a plant-based diet, the importance of soil health, the amazing work of Dr. Zach Bush, as well as a brief inquiry into the Essenes, a Jewish community that once existed during the Second Temple period that flourished from the 2nd century BCE to the 1st century CE, during the time of Jesus Christ. Tami is an Alberta-based nutritionist, spiritual healer and author of her forthcoming book called EarthGut: The Story of Peace, Love and Microbes. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-anielski/message

64 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Tami Hay (Part 2): Earth Gut, Healing Our Bodies and the Essenes as a Community of Well-being

Well-being Budget for Canada 2020-21

Following the Canadian national elections on October 21, 2019, economist Mark Anielski has prepared this fictional well-being budget and speech for 2020-21. The idea of a Well-being Budget for Canada is based on New Zealand's recent Well-being Budget 2019 tabled by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her coalition Government of New Zealand in May 2019. This proposed budget speech is meant to promote an important discussion across Canada that would orient our nation's economic development compass towards well-being. Adopting a well-being-based approach to budgeting and governance like New Zealand is an idea worth pursuing to renew hope in this great country we call Canada. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-anielski/message

6 MIN2019 NOV 21
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Well-being Budget for Canada 2020-21

David Dodge: Stories of hope for a renewable energy future for Canada

David Dodge is the producer and host ofGreen Energy Futures, a multimedia storytelling project which has now been running over 7 years sharing stories about theclean-energyrevolution in Canada and around the world. As an environmental journalist, he produced more than 350 Ecofile episodes for the CKUA Radio network (Alberta), edited Borealis magazine, and was the production manager for a Canadian nature publisher. David joins me today to speak about his perspective on renewable energy futures, the climate emergency, overcoming the growing politics of fear in Alberta, and shares the amazing story of how a group of high school students and their teacher have turned a rural Alberta high school in Lacombe (Alberta) into the Greenest high school in Canada. David continues to be one of the most hopeful voices in Canada that a renewable energy future in possible and economical. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-anielski/message

37 MIN2019 NOV 17
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David Dodge: Stories of hope for a renewable energy future for Canada

Tami Hay: Food as Spiritual Medicine

Tami Hay joins me in conversation from her log-home just east of Edmonton to talk about food as medicine. Tami, a former social worker, is a Spiritual Massage Therapist with 20-years of experience. Tami has been successful in transcended years of debilitating and painful digestive challenges, including Crohn's disease, by learning how the food we eat is critical to our state of health, including our spiritual well-being. In our conversation she talks about how our bodies are too often fooled by designer foods and fast food. We need to teach our bodies how to enjoy healthy local foods, plants, and microbes (literally her local pharmacy). Tami's forthcoming book (December 2019) titled Earth Gut: The Story of Peace, Love, and Microbes provides us with her personal insights into how to improve our personal state of well-being. Tami teaches food classes and integrative health practices. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-anielski/message

45 MIN2019 OCT 31
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Tami Hay: Food as Spiritual Medicine

Dr. John Cobb Jr. Process Theologian (Claremont School of Theology) on a Transition from Industrial Civilization to an Ecological Civilization for Korea

Dr. John Cobb Jr. (94) presents his ideas at the October 2019 Ecological Civilization conference held in Seoul, South Korea (October 1-3, 2019) on how countries like China and Korea can transition from the current industrial civilization to a new Ecological Civilization. I also attended this important conference presenting my ideas on how Korea can adopt new measures of progress such as well-being and happiness indices and incorporate these into the City of Seoul and Korea's budgeting and governance systems. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-anielski/message

44 MIN2019 OCT 24
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Dr. John Cobb Jr. Process Theologian (Claremont School of Theology) on a Transition from Industrial Civilization to an Ecological Civilization for Korea

California legalizes public banking, like Alberta and North Dakota

My next guest is Walt McCree with the US-based Public Banking Institute (and Associates). Walt and I discuss the importance of this weeks decision of California's State Governor Gavin Newsom that allows California cities and counties to create their own public banks, making the state one of just two (after North Dakota in 1919 and the province of Alberta (Canada) in 1938) to legalize institutions of that kind. Governor Gavin Newsom signed the Public Banking Act, or AB 857, which will allow city and county governments to create, or sponsor, public banks. Those banks will in turn provide public agencies access to loans at interest rates much lower than they could find at private banks. Supporters say the change sets the stage for funding infrastructure demands or providing loans to developers to help meet affordable housing needs. Walt and I discuss the importance of this historical victory for public banking and why public banking is a key piece of the architecture for building flour...

40 MIN2019 OCT 14
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California legalizes public banking, like Alberta and North Dakota

Ellen Brown banking on the people, democratizing money

Ellen Brownis the founder of the Public Banking Institute, a Fellow at The Democracy Collaborative, and the author of a dozen books and hundreds of articles. She developed her research skills as an attorney practicing civil litigation in Los Angeles. In the best-sellingWeb of Debt (2007, 2012), she turned those skills to an analysis of the Federal Reserve and “the money trust,” showing how this private cartel has usurped the power to create money from the people themselves and how we the people can get it back. InThe Public Bank Solution (2013) she traces the evolution of two banking models that have competed historically, public and private; and explores contemporary public banking systems globally. Today most of our money is created, not by governments, but by banks when they make loans. Her new book Banking on the People published June 1, 2019 takes the reader step by step through the sausage factory of modern money creation, explores improvements made possible by advances in d...

55 MIN2019 JUN 24
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Ellen Brown banking on the people, democratizing money

Tim Nash: Impact Investing for Good

Tim Nash is the founder ofGood Investingand blogs asThe Sustainable Economist. As an expert on socially responsible investing, impact investing, and the green economy, he is regularly featured in publications such as CBC’s The National, BNN Bloomberg’s Market Call, and the Globe and Mail. He earned his BA in Economics from Dalhousie University (Canada) and his Master's in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability from the Blekinge Institute of Technology (Sweden). He is the lead researcher forEthical Market’s Green Transition Scoreboardresearch report, which details more than $10.3 trillion of private investments in the global green economy. Tim joined me May 31, 2019 from Toronto to share his insights into impact investing and how you and I can start orienting our investment choices to building a better economy of well-being. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-anielski/message

61 MIN2019 JUN 10
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Tim Nash: Impact Investing for Good

Latest Episodes

A First Nation Embarks on an Economy of Well-being: Onekanew (Chief) Christian Sinclair of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation Explains How

Christian Sinclair is the leader, or Onekanew in Cree (an alternative name for 'chief), of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation located in The Pas, Manitoba, a community of 6.200 people located 6 hours north of Winnipeg. I met Christian at the first Indigenomics conference in Vancouver in May 2019. He purchased a copy of my book and called me 2 days later noting that my vision for an economy of well-being was in line with his own vision for his Opaskwayak Nation. Christian is a former Canadian military snipper and understands the art of military strategy. He is leading his Nation on a bold journey towards an economy of well-being, following in the recent footsteps of New Zealand, Scotland, Iceland and recently Finland. Christian and I spoke January 14, 2020 in his office about his vision for developed what would be Canada's first community (and First Nation) to adopt a working model of an economy of well-being. ** My apologies for the low audio volume on my end of the interview. --- Send in a...

37 MIN1 d ago
Comments
A First Nation Embarks on an Economy of Well-being: Onekanew (Chief) Christian Sinclair of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation Explains How

Dr. Philip Clayton: Building an Ecological Civilization

Dr. Philip Clayton is my next special guest. Philip and I discuss the concept of an ecological civilization. He and I have recently returned from Seoul, Korea where we were the guests of Seoul's Mayor Park Won-Soon presenting at a major conference to discuss how Korea might adopt the concept of an 'ecological civilization' which Philip along with John Cobb Jr. and others have been instrumental in advancing in China. Philip holds the Ingraham Chair at Claremont School of Theology and directs the Comparative Theologies PhD program. A graduate of Yale University, he has taught at Williams College and the California State University, as well as holding guest professorships at the University of Munich, the University of Cambridge, and Harvard University. His leadership roles in theological education over the last 15 years include serving as the immediate past dean of CST, obtaining funding for and launching the CST online program, and leading a Ford-sponsored program on “Rekindling Theo...

60 MIN2019 DEC 6
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Dr. Philip Clayton: Building an Ecological Civilization

Tami Hay (Part 2): Earth Gut, Healing Our Bodies and the Essenes as a Community of Well-being

Tami Hay joins me again for a more in-depth conversation about her insights into health, the ecology of our 'gut', eating a plant-based diet, the importance of soil health, the amazing work of Dr. Zach Bush, as well as a brief inquiry into the Essenes, a Jewish community that once existed during the Second Temple period that flourished from the 2nd century BCE to the 1st century CE, during the time of Jesus Christ. Tami is an Alberta-based nutritionist, spiritual healer and author of her forthcoming book called EarthGut: The Story of Peace, Love and Microbes. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-anielski/message

64 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Tami Hay (Part 2): Earth Gut, Healing Our Bodies and the Essenes as a Community of Well-being

Well-being Budget for Canada 2020-21

Following the Canadian national elections on October 21, 2019, economist Mark Anielski has prepared this fictional well-being budget and speech for 2020-21. The idea of a Well-being Budget for Canada is based on New Zealand's recent Well-being Budget 2019 tabled by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her coalition Government of New Zealand in May 2019. This proposed budget speech is meant to promote an important discussion across Canada that would orient our nation's economic development compass towards well-being. Adopting a well-being-based approach to budgeting and governance like New Zealand is an idea worth pursuing to renew hope in this great country we call Canada. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-anielski/message

6 MIN2019 NOV 21
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Well-being Budget for Canada 2020-21

David Dodge: Stories of hope for a renewable energy future for Canada

David Dodge is the producer and host ofGreen Energy Futures, a multimedia storytelling project which has now been running over 7 years sharing stories about theclean-energyrevolution in Canada and around the world. As an environmental journalist, he produced more than 350 Ecofile episodes for the CKUA Radio network (Alberta), edited Borealis magazine, and was the production manager for a Canadian nature publisher. David joins me today to speak about his perspective on renewable energy futures, the climate emergency, overcoming the growing politics of fear in Alberta, and shares the amazing story of how a group of high school students and their teacher have turned a rural Alberta high school in Lacombe (Alberta) into the Greenest high school in Canada. David continues to be one of the most hopeful voices in Canada that a renewable energy future in possible and economical. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-anielski/message

37 MIN2019 NOV 17
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David Dodge: Stories of hope for a renewable energy future for Canada

Tami Hay: Food as Spiritual Medicine

Tami Hay joins me in conversation from her log-home just east of Edmonton to talk about food as medicine. Tami, a former social worker, is a Spiritual Massage Therapist with 20-years of experience. Tami has been successful in transcended years of debilitating and painful digestive challenges, including Crohn's disease, by learning how the food we eat is critical to our state of health, including our spiritual well-being. In our conversation she talks about how our bodies are too often fooled by designer foods and fast food. We need to teach our bodies how to enjoy healthy local foods, plants, and microbes (literally her local pharmacy). Tami's forthcoming book (December 2019) titled Earth Gut: The Story of Peace, Love, and Microbes provides us with her personal insights into how to improve our personal state of well-being. Tami teaches food classes and integrative health practices. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-anielski/message

45 MIN2019 OCT 31
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Tami Hay: Food as Spiritual Medicine

Dr. John Cobb Jr. Process Theologian (Claremont School of Theology) on a Transition from Industrial Civilization to an Ecological Civilization for Korea

Dr. John Cobb Jr. (94) presents his ideas at the October 2019 Ecological Civilization conference held in Seoul, South Korea (October 1-3, 2019) on how countries like China and Korea can transition from the current industrial civilization to a new Ecological Civilization. I also attended this important conference presenting my ideas on how Korea can adopt new measures of progress such as well-being and happiness indices and incorporate these into the City of Seoul and Korea's budgeting and governance systems. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-anielski/message

44 MIN2019 OCT 24
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Dr. John Cobb Jr. Process Theologian (Claremont School of Theology) on a Transition from Industrial Civilization to an Ecological Civilization for Korea

California legalizes public banking, like Alberta and North Dakota

My next guest is Walt McCree with the US-based Public Banking Institute (and Associates). Walt and I discuss the importance of this weeks decision of California's State Governor Gavin Newsom that allows California cities and counties to create their own public banks, making the state one of just two (after North Dakota in 1919 and the province of Alberta (Canada) in 1938) to legalize institutions of that kind. Governor Gavin Newsom signed the Public Banking Act, or AB 857, which will allow city and county governments to create, or sponsor, public banks. Those banks will in turn provide public agencies access to loans at interest rates much lower than they could find at private banks. Supporters say the change sets the stage for funding infrastructure demands or providing loans to developers to help meet affordable housing needs. Walt and I discuss the importance of this historical victory for public banking and why public banking is a key piece of the architecture for building flour...

40 MIN2019 OCT 14
Comments
California legalizes public banking, like Alberta and North Dakota

Ellen Brown banking on the people, democratizing money

Ellen Brownis the founder of the Public Banking Institute, a Fellow at The Democracy Collaborative, and the author of a dozen books and hundreds of articles. She developed her research skills as an attorney practicing civil litigation in Los Angeles. In the best-sellingWeb of Debt (2007, 2012), she turned those skills to an analysis of the Federal Reserve and “the money trust,” showing how this private cartel has usurped the power to create money from the people themselves and how we the people can get it back. InThe Public Bank Solution (2013) she traces the evolution of two banking models that have competed historically, public and private; and explores contemporary public banking systems globally. Today most of our money is created, not by governments, but by banks when they make loans. Her new book Banking on the People published June 1, 2019 takes the reader step by step through the sausage factory of modern money creation, explores improvements made possible by advances in d...

55 MIN2019 JUN 24
Comments
Ellen Brown banking on the people, democratizing money

Tim Nash: Impact Investing for Good

Tim Nash is the founder ofGood Investingand blogs asThe Sustainable Economist. As an expert on socially responsible investing, impact investing, and the green economy, he is regularly featured in publications such as CBC’s The National, BNN Bloomberg’s Market Call, and the Globe and Mail. He earned his BA in Economics from Dalhousie University (Canada) and his Master's in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability from the Blekinge Institute of Technology (Sweden). He is the lead researcher forEthical Market’s Green Transition Scoreboardresearch report, which details more than $10.3 trillion of private investments in the global green economy. Tim joined me May 31, 2019 from Toronto to share his insights into impact investing and how you and I can start orienting our investment choices to building a better economy of well-being. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-anielski/message

61 MIN2019 JUN 10
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Tim Nash: Impact Investing for Good
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