Inspiration for Local Action

We're all familiar with the phrase "Think globally, act locally." Here is inspiration for taking local action. It's based on the growing global conversation around maximizing well-being rather than profits

These conversation starters also incorporate the skills of consultation. So choose a topic that interests you, grab a couple of friends and see what you can cook up together.

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first page of Community Wealth Inventory Worksheet
Community Wealth Inventory

Learn to read your reality in your local area. What is your neighborhood's "well-being wealth"?

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first page of Food Wealth worksheet
Food Wealth

Let’s look at food as wealth. This module begins with an inventory of food sources and ends with lines of action.

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Inventaire des richesses communautaires
Inventaire des richesses communautaires

Apprenez à lire votre réalité dans votre quartier. Quelle est la "richesse de bien-être" de votre quartier ?

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Additional Resources

These ideas were inspired by Arthur Dahl and the team working on Global Solidarity Accounting, as well as the other resources listed below.

Global Solidarity Accounting

A new approach to measuring progress: rather than purely financial measures of wealth, GSA offers ways to think about measuring sustainability and human well-being.

One Planet, One Habitation

A Baha'i Perspective on Recasting Humanity's Relationship with the Natural World

The Prosperity of Humankind

The rising impulse for change in today’s world must be channelled into overcoming the remaining barriers to peace. This effort requires a vision of human prosperity in the fullest sense of the term.