The State of California’s large and diverse economy and its history of progressive innovation in the United States make it an ideal leader in the well-being economy movement. The WEAll California Hub is hosted by the California-based Institute for Ecological Civilization.
With a launch event on November 12th, 2020, California organizations and policymakers gathered virtually to create a vision for wellbeing in the state and discuss the systemic changes needed to achieve it.
Current Hub Activities
Implementing wellbeing economy policies
Partnership with a community east of Los Angeles to create a wellbeing vision and framework. This effort will become a model for similar undertakings in other cities and areas throughout the state
Advocacy to encourage the State of California to become a wellbeing economy government partner, joining others around the world who have adopted wellbeing as a primary policy goal
Measuring and mapping wellbeing in California
Developing alternative economic narratives
Publications, webinars, and events
Creation of a website describing what economic transformation in favor of wellbeing would mean in California
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