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UN-­backed symposium: Beyond Gross Domestic Product -- transitioning into sustainability
Date:5/2/2014

quality of life from economic output indeed, the relationship becomes increasingly contentious and questionable. Growing inequality within and across nations is becoming a force for social tension and conflict in developing and developed countries alike, where calls grow for a more equal society and sustainability in a world of human-driven climate change and losses of biodiversity and ecosystem services.

UNU-IHDP and the UN Environment Programme have led development of the Inclusive Wealth Index, debuted at the 2012 Earth Summit in Rio de Janiero.

A new, internationally-comprehensive Inclusive Wealth Report (IWR), including a major focus on human capital in national account measurement, will by released in Nagoya Japan in November. A two-day IWR experts' workshop and half-day IWR Science Committee Meeting will precede the May 19 public symposium.


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Malaysian Industry Government Group for High Technology
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