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Measuring Progress

University of Washington, Seattle, WA

$720,799, The Progress Project
The Glaser Family Foundation in partnership with the University of Washington Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs created The Progress Project: Rethinking Progress and Human Development, a multi-disciplinary exploration of the concept of progress and its relationship to public decision making. The centerpiece of the project was a lecture series featuring Jane Goodall, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Paul Hawken, Vandana Shiva, Ralph Nader, Jimmy Carter, George Mitchell, Doug Engelbart, Amory Lovins and others. These public lectures, webcast live and archived at www.progressproject.org, served to engage scholars, policymakers, business leaders, and the public in a serious discussion on the subject of progress.




 
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