Comprehensive Wealth in Canada: IISD's report launch
On December 1, 2016, IISD publicly released a report on measuring Comprehensive Wealth, an innovative approach, never before undertaken in Canada, to measuring wealth that looks beyond merely GDP.
The report was launched at the Canadian Parliamentary Press Gallery, by Scott Vaughan, President-CEO, IISD and Canada’s former Environment Commissioner and Robert Smith, lead author of the report, IISD.
This is a recording of the press conference.
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