The sustainable ecc product: a way to measure and compare national sustainable development

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Recently, evaluators and policy makers have turned their attention to societal indicators. In Canada the federal government's annual report, Canada's Performance, measures societal outcomes in the environment, the ec, and other areas. Other jurisdictions produce similar reports, and many international bodies collect supporting data. One area of continued attention is the measurement of sustainable development — the integration of ecc, social, and environmental factors. Although considerable international effort has been paid to the measurement of sustainable development, little consensus has emerged. This article advances a new approach to the measurement of sustainable development and calls for an informed debate.

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