Happy Planet Index

July 2013
Austria Country Review;2013, p151
Country Report
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A chart is presented depicting the Happy Planet Index (HPI), which is used to assess human well-being in conjunction with environmental impact and is a composite of several indicators such as ecological footprint per capita.


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