I greatly enjoyed the range of articles re-imagining a world framed by Wellbeing rather than economic growth. The arguments are well rehearsed: too much consumption, not enough planet, a Western society weighed down by ‘affluenza’. However, apart from Rob Hopkins’ update on the Transition Town movement there are still very few practical examples of this philosophy put into practice.

Happily, one such example is the Happy Museum Project, which aims to get museums to think differently about how they might use cultural heritage to influence people into leading sustainable and happier ...


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