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Alberta Sustainability Trends 2000: The Genuine Progress Indicators Report

By Mark Anielski, Mary Griffiths, David Pollock, Amy Taylor and Jeff Wilson


The Pembina Institute is an independent, citizen-based organization involved in environmental education, research, public policy development and corporate environmental management services. Its mandate is to research, develop, and promote policies and programs that lead to environmental protection, resource conservation, and environmentally sound and sustainable resource management. Incorporated in 1985, the Institute’s main office is in Drayton Valley, Alberta with additional offices in Calgary and Ottawa, and research associates in Edmonton, Toronto, Saskatoon, Vancouver and other locations across Canada. The Institute’s mission is to implement holistic and practical solutions for a sustainable world. The Green Economics Program is dedicated to designing and implementing practical, street-smart economic tools that would reorient society back to the original meaning of the word “economy”—the care and management of the wealth of the household. By developing new tools for measuring the true wealth or wellbeing of nations, we can help guide Canadians and Albertans to a sustainable future. For more information on the Pembina Institute’s work, please visit our website at, or contact

Year: 2001
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