LATEST WORK

Mark Anielski has completed numerous analyses of well-being impacts and completed several community and First Nations well-being assessments and prepared Well-being Balance Sheets that inform budgeting and decision making oriented towards better lives and improved welll-being.

ACTIVE PROJECT

Well-being and Happiness Survey of The Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland

Anielski was hired by Independent News and Media Group, Ireland's largest digital media platform based in Dublin, Ireland, to conduct a comprehensive survey of the well-being and happiness of the people of the Republic of Ireland (4.9 million people) and Northern Ireland (1.8 million people).

ACTIVE PROJECT

Measuring the Well-being of the K'omoks First Nation on Vancouver Island

The K’ómoks First Nation based on Vancouver Island, British Columbia will be the first non-treaty First Nation to have conducted a comprehensive well-being assessment of the Nation’s human, social-cultural, natural, built and financial/economic assets.

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Opaskwayak Cree Nation State of Well-being Assessment

April 1, 2021

The Opaskwayak Cree Nation based in northern Manitoba (adjacent to The Pas) is the first First Nation in Canada to have adopted the Genuine Wealth assessment model for measuring and governing the well-being of this First Nation. A well-being-based approach to decision making and budgeting will put Opaskwayak on a... Read more

K’omoks First Nation State of Well-being Report 2021

March 25, 2021

The K’ómoks First Nation based on Vancouver Island, British Columbia will be the first non-treaty First Nation to have conducted a comprehensive well-being assessment of the Nation’s human, social-cultural, natural, built and financial/economic assets. The well-being assessment, which includes a comprehensive subjective well-being survey, will help shape the first Treaty... Read more

Economic Case Analysis for Natural Infrastructure Investment in Ontario’s Greenbelt Region

January 1, 2021

Economic Case for Natural Infrastructure Greenbelt Conservation Projects Dec 2019 establishes a comprehensive business case for three proposed restoration projects through evaluating the expected future ecosystem service values (ESVs) that are estimated using original analysis in addition to building off previous Greenbelt and Ontario research. The project used advanced natural capital... Read more

Well-being and happiness indices and policies for South Korea

September 27, 2019

In the fall of 2019, Mayor Park Won-soon of Seoul, South Korea invited a number of international distinguished guests and experts to a high-level strategic meeting to explore various pathways for establishing South Korea as a functional model of an ecological civilization as proposed by Dr. John Cobb Jr. I... Read more

Research Related to Boreal Caribou Restoration Economics in British Columbia. Study prepared for the David Suzuki Foundation. 2019.

June 1, 2019

This study commissioned by the David Suzuki Foundation examined the economic, ecological and indigenous value proposition for restoration of critical caribou populations in Alberta and northeastern British Columbia. My study showed that if restoration is to be successful, ambitious restoration targets will need to be set in forest management policies.... Read more

Secwempc Nation (B.C.) An SSN Cultural Heritage Study of Economic, Ecological and Cultural Well-being Impacts of the Highland Valley Copper Mine

June 1, 2019

This socio-economic, cultural and well-being impact study examines the potential positive and negative well-being impacts to the Secwempc Nation in central British Columba of the proposed expansion of the Highland Valley Copper Mine. The study was conducted with Carol Anne Hilton of the Indigenomics Institute. This report builds upon on... Read more

Singapore: Building enterprises and a nation based on well-being

April 6, 2018

In April 2018 I was invited to give a keynote address titled What’s Our Bottom Line: Wealth, Winning or Well-being at Singapore’s iconic Fullerton Hotel, which is owned by Singaporean billionaire Philip Ng of the Far East Organization. Philip’s private real estate enterprise builds and operates some of the most... Read more