• Business Case Analysis for Conservation Projects and Environmental Capital Investments in Ontario’s Greenbelt region. Forthcoming report completed for the Friends of Greenbelt Foundation of Ontario. December 2019.
• SSN Cultural Heritage Study Highland Valley Copper Mine. Analysis prepared for Secwempc Nation (B.C.) with Carol Anne Hilton, Indigenomics Institute. July 2019.
• Research Related to Boreal Caribou Restoration Economics in British Columbia. Study prepared for the David Suzuki Foundation. 2019.
· Well-being Cost-Benefit and Impact Analysis for Oak Hills Community League (Edmonton) Recreational Infrastructure Investment (2019)
· Analysis and development of a fiscal relationship between First Nations and Government of British Columbia over forestry rent/royalty revenue sharing. Prepared for the B.C. First Nation Forestry Sector Council: (as senior advisor, Indigenomics Institute, 2019).
· Well-being Impact Investment using the Genuine Wealth Model. Technical white paper prepared May 2019 with Robert Dellner of the Centre for Integral Finance and Economics (London).
• An Economy of Well-being: Common Sense Tools for Building Genuine Wealth and Happiness. New Society Publishers (Gabriola Island, B.C.) in-print, publishing date March 2018.
• Soul Print: The Well-being Chain and Cryptocurrency for Well-being. Technical white paper that explores a model and tools for measuring well-being and the development of a blockchain technology platform, prepared by Mark Anielski May 2018.
· Town of Valleyview (Alberta) Community Well-being Assessment 2019. Prepared for the Town of Valleyview (Alberta) (2018-19).
· Socio-economic Assessment of the Alberta Special Areas Water Supply Project. Analysis and Report prepared for Alberta Transportation, September, 2018.
· Natural Capital Value Risk Assessment of Site C Dam, Peace River, B.C.. Completed an economic and ecological value at-risk analysis and accounting of the proposed Site C dam, including estimates of losses of traditional use value to First Nations. 2018.
• Natural Capital Analysis of forest natural capital assets (timber, plants, medicines, food, fuel, and bioproducts) and economic and cultural well-being of the Muckleshoot Tribe (Washington) and their Tomanamus Forest. Completed for Hancock Resources Group and Manulife Inc. for the Muckleshoot Tribe (Washington). 2018.
• Forest Carbon Accounts and Valuation for Little Red River Forestry Ltd. Forest Management Unit F23. Prepared for Little Red River Cree (First Nation) Forestry Ltd. 2018.
· Well-being Index for the Commune of Arue, Tahiti Arue, Tahiti (French Polynesia). (2017-2019)
· Natural Capital Asset Assessment for O’Chiese First Nation (Alberta) to Guiding Economic, Resource and Energy Development. Prepared for the O’Chiese First Nation, 2017
· Habitat for Humanity Financial Capital Sustainability Analysis and Strategy using a well-being impact investment analysis lens. Prepared for Habitat for Humanity (Edmonton), 2017.
· Affordable Housing Well-being Impact Analysis Framework for Edmonton’s Capital Region Housing Corp. Prepared for the Capital Region Housing Corp. Edmonton. 2017.
• Alberta Affordable Housing Grant Program Evaluation. Analysis with SHS Consulting of the cost-benefits and well-being impacts (return on investment) of Alberta’s $1.2 billion Affordable Housing program. May 2017.
· City of Saskatoon, Ecological Footprint Analysis for City of Saskatoon and Neighbourhoods (December 2015), Valleyview Sate of Well-being Report. Well-being assessment and report prepared for the Town of Valleyview, Alberta. September 2017.
• Natural capital valuation and business feasibility study for housing development for the Little Red River Cree First Nation (Alberta). Prepared as part of Anielski Management’s strategic counsel to Little Red River Cree First Nation for financial self-determination. 2016.
· An Evaluation Framework for Measuring Impacts of Ending Poverty in Edmonton. Prepare for the City of Edmonton, End Poverty Edmonton initiative. 2016.
• Town of Valleyview (Alberta): Well-being Assessment and Well-being-based Asset Management System development (2016-17). Prepared for the Town of Valleyview, Alberta.
• A Jubilee Fund for Cincinnati. A conceptual white paper for the creation of a local community-asset based fund to support affordable housing and other local business sustainability initiatives prepared for the Cincinnati Jubilee and Economics of Compassion initiative. May 2016.
• Timber value (economic rent) and carbon asset valuation, traditional use, and ecological values impact assessment for TransCanada Pipeline development on Alexis First Nation traditional territory. Analysis prepared for the Alexis Nakota Sioux First Nation (Alberta) (2014-16).
· Well-being Workplace Measurement System for Volvo of Edmonton. Unpublished methodological handbook for measuring workplace well-being completed for Volvo of Edmonton. May 2016.
· A Natural Capital-based Earth Dollar: The Ottawa Watershed Case Study. A white-paper prepared for the Algonquin Nation (Quebec) to explore the conceptual design of a natural-capital asset-backed cryptocurrency linked to the Ottawa (Adawe) watershed of Quebec. September 2015.
· A Genuine Return on Investment: The Economic and Societal Well-being Value of Land Conservation in Canada. Prepared by Mark Anielski, John Thompson and Sara Wilson for Ducks Unlimited Canada. February 2014.
• A Well-Being Return on Investment Assessment of the BC Construction Association Connector Models. Report prepared for the BC Construction Association. September 2013.
• Evaluation of Natural Capital and Ecological Goods and Services at Risk Associated with the Proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline. Prepared for Northern Gateway (Enbridge) for the National Energy Board Hearings. July 2012.
• Wicihitowin Community Well-being Plan and 2011-2014 Strategic Plan. Prepared for the Wicihitowin Circle of Shared Responsibility, Edmonton. Alberta. May 25, 2011.
• Assessment of ecological goods and services values and economic development trade-off analysis for the study of the landscape values, costs and benefits associated with Parks Canada’s East Arm of Slave Lake National Park Proposal. Prepared for Parks Canada on behalf of the Lutsle K’e Dene First Nation. 2010-2011.
• City of Saskatoon Ecological Footprint Analysis. Prepared for the City of Saskatoon. February 2011.
• Town of Oakville Ecological Footprint Analysis. Prepared for the Town of Oakville. April 2010.
• Economic Activity and Ecosystem Services in the Battle River Basin. Prepared for the Battle River Watershed Alliance in partnership with Watrecon Consulting. March 2010
• Economic Activity and Ecosystem Services in the North Saskatchewan River Basin. Prepared for the North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance in partnership with Watrecon Consulting.
• Environmental Footprinting for Alberta Agriculture Literature Review and Analysis. Prepared for Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development. August 31, 2010.
• The Edmonton 2008 Genuine Progress Indicator Report: The State of Economic, Social and Environmental Wellbeing for the City of Edmonton. Prepared for The City of Edmonton. September 2009.
• The Economics of Happiness: Building Genuine Wealth. New Society Publishers. May 2007; Second printing May 2009.
• The Real Wealth of the Mackenzie Region. Study prepared for the Canadian Boreal Initiative. January 2009.
• Counting Canada’s Natural Capital: Assessing the Real Value of Canada’s Boreal Ecosystems. Study prepared with Sara Wilson for the Canadian Boreal Initiative in cooperation with the Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development. January 2009 (first edition 2005).
• Integrated sustainability and well-being indicator accounting systems for sustainability performance measurement and policy evaluation in China. Presentation to the Chinese National Academy of Sciences and the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development. Cheng De, China. August 26, 2005.
• Greening National Accounts: International Practices in Pluralistic Environmental Accounting and the Measurement of Sustainable Development. Presentation to the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development, Beijing, China. November 23, 2004.
• The Ecological Footprints of Canadian Municipalities and Regions. Prepared for the Federation of Canadian Municipalities with Jeffrey Wilson. September 2004.
• Santa Monica’s Sustainability Indicators Reporting System. Report prepared by Anielski Management Inc. for the City of Santa Monica, April 22, 2004.
• Alberta Traffic Safety Progress Report: Indicators and Trends. Report prepared for the Alberta Motor Association. September 2004.
• BC Sprawl Report 2004: Economic Vitality and Livable Communities. Study prepared for Smart Growth BC in collaboration with Ray Tomalty and Don Alexander, Vancouver, BC. March 2004.
• JAK Members Bank: An Assessment of the Sweden’s No-Interest Bank. Analysis and paper prepared for Van City Capital Corp. January 2004.
• First Nations Socio-Economic Assessment: Jumbo Glacier Resort Project: A Genuine Wealth Analysis. Prepared by Anielski Management Inc. in partnership with Heather Johannesen, Heather and Shelagh Huston for the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office and the Ktunaxa Nation (British Columbia). December 16, 2003.
• “The Meaning of Wealth.” Article in Connections Magazine. 2003.
• Measuring the Genuine Wealth of Communities. Anielski Management Inc. 2003.
• The State of Inuit Well Being in Nunavut. Report prepared for the Nunavut Social Development Council and the Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. March 1, 2003.
• A Sustainability Accounting System for Canada: An Assessment of the State of Sustainable Development Accounting and Indicator Reporting at the National, Provincial, Municipal-Community and Corporate Level. Research paper prepared for the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy, June 15, 2002.
• A Conceptual Framework for Monitoring Municipal and Community Sustainability in Canada. Research paper prepared for Environment Canada with Mark Winfield of the Pembina Institute, June 17, 2002.
• “Is the Alberta Advantage Sustainable?: The Alberta Genuine Progress Indicators.” Paper presented at the Thirty Sixth Annual Meeting of the Canadian Economics Association: June 1, 2002, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta.
• Towards a Measurement of Ecological Integrity. Paper prepared for the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy. November 15, 2001.
• “GPI: Sustainability Trends 2000, Alberta” in Bringing Business on Board: Sustainable Development and the B-School Curriculum ed. Peter N. Nemetz. Volumes 27-29, 1999-2001. The University of British Columbia, Vancouver: JBA Press: pp. 595-614.
• “Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI) Accounting: Relating Ecological Integrity to Human Health and Well-Being.” Paper with Dr. Colin Soskolne in Just Ecological Integrity: The Ethics of Maintaining Planetary Life, eds. Peter Miller and Laura Westra. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield: pp. 83-97. 2001.
• "Measuring the Sustainability of Nations: The Genuine Progress Indicator System of Sustainable Well-being Accounts." The Fourth Biennial Conference of the Canadian Society for Ecological Economics: Ecological Sustainability of the Global Market Place, August 2001, Montreal, Quebec.
• Alberta Sustainability Trends 2000: Genuine Progress Indicators Report 1961 to 1999. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development with M, M. Griffiths, D. Pollock, A. Taylor, J. Wilson, S. Wilson.. http://www.pembina.org/green/gpi/ April 2001.
• The Alberta GPI Blueprint: The Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI) Sustainable Well-Being Accounting System. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development. September 2001. http://www.pembina.org/green/gpi/
• The Alberta GPI Accounts: Time Use Accounts. Report #8. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development with Amy Taylor. http://www.pembina.org/green/gpi/ September 2001
• The Alberta GPI Accounts: Economy, GDP and Trade. Report #1. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development, Edmonton, Alberta. September 2001
• The Alberta GPI Accounts: Personal Consumption Expenditures, Disposable Income, and Savings. Report #2. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development, Edmonton, Alberta. September 2001.
• The Alberta GPI Accounts: Money, Debt, Assets and Net Worth. Report #3. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development, Edmonton, Alberta. September 2001.
• The Alberta GPI Accounts: Income Inequality, Wealth, Poverty and Living Wages. Report #4. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development, Edmonton, Alberta. September 2001.
• The Alberta GPI Accounts: Public and Household Infrastructure. Report #5. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development with Amy Taylor, Edmonton, Alberta. September 2001.
• The Alberta GPI Accounts: Human Health and Wellness. Report #9. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development, Edmonton. September 2001.
• The Alberta GPI Accounts: Suicide. Report #10. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development, Edmonton, Alberta. September 2001.
• The Alberta GPI Accounts: Substance Abuse – Alcohol, Drugs and Tobacco. Report #11. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development, Edmonton. September 2001.
• The Alberta GPI Accounts: Autocrashes and Injuries. Report #12. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development, Edmonton. September 2001.
• The Alberta GPI Accounts: Gambling. Report #15. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development, Edmonton. September 2001.
• The Alberta GPI Accounts: Democracy. Report #16. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development, Edmonton. September 2001.
• The Alberta GPI Accounts: Intellectual and Knowledge Capital. Report #17. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development, Edmonton. September 2001.
• The Alberta GPI Accounts: Forests. Report # 20. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development with Sara Wilson, Edmonton. September 2001.
• The Alberta GPI Accounts: Water Resource and Quality. Report #24. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development with Wilson, S., M. Griffiths. http://www.pembina.org/green/gpi/ September 2001.
• The Alberta GPI Accounts: Ecological Footprint. Report #28. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development with Jeffrey Wilson. http://www.pembina.org/green/gpi/ September 2001.
• “Advantage or Illusion: Is Alberta’s Progress Sustainable?” Encompass Vol. 5, No. 5, July/August 2001.
• The Alberta GPI Environmental Accounts (1961-1999). Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development. Paper prepared with Sara Wilson for the National Round Table on the Economy and the Environment. April 2001.
• The Genuine Progress Indicators (GPI) Accounting Project: Charting a Sustainable Future for all Canadians. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development. Paper prepared for the National Round Table on the Economy and the Environment. January 2001.
• Fertile Obfuscation: Making Money Whilst Eroding Living Capital. Paper presented at the 34th annual Canadian Economics Association conference, June 2-4, 2000,Vancouver, B.C.
• Analysis of U.S. Ecological Fiscal Reform Activity. Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development. Discussion paper with D. Herbert, A. Taylor and D. Pollock for the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy, May 2000.
• Yukon Sustainable Progress Indicators: Framework, Indicators and Implementation Approach for Reviewing the Yukon Economic Strategy. Prepared with Barbara Campbell, and Larry DuGuay for The Yukon Council on the Economy and the Environment by the Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development. March 31. 2000.
• Misplaced Concreteness: Measuring Genuine Progress and the Nature of Money. Proceedings of the Third Biennial Conference of the Canadian Society for Ecological Economics Nature, Wealth and the Human Economy in the Next Millenium, August 1999, Regina, Saskatchewan.
• 1999. The US Genuine Progress Indicator – 1998 Update. Prepared with Jonathan Rowe for Redefining Progress, San Francisco. March 1999. http://www.rprogress.org/pubs/pdf/gpi1998_data.pdf
• The U.S. Genuine Progress Indicator: Summary Report. Redefining Progress, San Francisco. (www.rprogress.org). 1999.
• The 1998 U.S. Genuine Progress Indicator Methodology Handbook. Redefining Progress, San Francisco.
• Alberta’s Experience with Accountability Legislation: Lessons Learned. Paper presented at the “Results-Based Accountability in the Public Sector, Crown Corporations, Boards and Commissions” Conference, Ottawa, February 22-23, 1999.
• “Natural Capitalism” in Assault on the Rockies, edited by Ian Urquhart, Rowen Books, Edmonton. 1998.
• In Search of the Carbonic Truth: Carbon Accounting. Presented at the Parkland Institute Conference Global Village or Global Pillage: Rethinking Citizenship in a Corporate World, November 14, 1998 session titled “Beyond Kyoto: Natural Resource Policy and the Environment.”
• “The H.M.S. Alberta Advantage and Icebergs.” POST - The Magazine of the Parkland Institute of Alberta. May 1998.
• “Natural Capitalism - Exposing the Economic Growth Myth.” Encompass - Alberta’s Magazine on the Environment. July 1997.
• Is Alberta Running Out of Nature’s Capital - Physical and Monetary Accounts for Alberta’s Oil, Gas and Timber. Paper presented on March 5, 1997 at the Institute for Public Economics, University of Alberta, Edmonton.
• Accounting for the Sustainability of Alberta’s Forests - the 1995 Timber Resource Account. Alberta Treasury, (unpublished paper). 1996.
• Resource Accounting II: from theory to application - Alberta’s timber account in 1991. Paper presented at the Conference on Forestry and Environment, Economic Perspectives II, Banff, Alberta, October, 1994.
• Natural resource accounting - measuring and achieving sustainable development. In Environmental Issues and Management in Energy and Mineral Production. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Environmental Issues and Management of Waste in Energy and Mineral Production, R.K. Singhal, A.K. Mehrotra, K. Fytas, and J-L. Collins eds. Calgary, Alberta, September 1-4, 1992.
• Resource accounting: indicators of the sustainability of Alberta’s forest resources. Paper presented at the Second Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Economics, Stockholm, Sweden, August, 1992.
• Accounting for carbon fixation by Alberta’s forests and peatlands. Paper prepared for the Second Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Economics, Stockholm, Sweden, August, 1992
• Natural resource accounting: operationalizing sustainable development for Alberta. Paper presented at the Conference on Forestry and Environment, Japser, Alberta, March 9-12, 1992.
• Forest economic rents in Alberta: efficient and equitable treatment. Masters of Science Thesis, Department of Rural Economy, University of Alberta, Edmonton. September 1991.