The Economics of Happiness

A friend in SF told me about this event happening in Seattle next month at Town Hall (see info below).  He is friends with the filmmaker and it sounds like this is right in line with what we’ve been discussing.  No matter what we ultimately decide to focus on, it seems like attending this event would be interesting for us to do as a group.  Can we all get this on our calendars and go together?  Evening of January 11th.  Here’s the link to the film with a trailer:

Let me know what you think……and can someone verify that Mark’s new email is attached to this site and he is able to plug into these discussions?

Thanks, Scott

Tuesday, January 11th – Seattle, Washington

Join director Helena Norberg-Hodge for a special Seattle screening of The

Economics of Happiness at the Seattle Town Hall. The film will be followed

by a panel discussion with special guests including David Korten, John de

Graaf, Fran Korten, and others to be announced.

time: 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm

venue: Seattle Town Hall (downstairs)

address: 1119 8th Ave., Seattle, WA 98101-2738


About Scott Wolf

Scott Wolf is a partner at the Miller Hull Partnership, an award-winning architectural design firm located in Seattle, specializing in public works buildings that actively engage their communities. Scott is a sustainable design leader and has been responsible for many of the firm's most complex and highest profile projects, including the firm’s two AIA National Honor Award winners: Olympic College Shelton and the Point Roberts Border Station. His most recent project, on target for LEED Platinum certification, is LOTT Clean Water Alliance’s new Regional Services Center in Olympia, Washington. Scott is passionate about the role water plays in the built environment, and recently served as chair of the American Institute of Architects Seattle Water Forum, which brought together architects and engineers with regulatory agencies and other industry professionals to discuss the challenges of sustainable water, wastewater and stormwater systems. He has lectured about water-related issues to various design-related audiences across the country. Scott has served on the board of Water 1st International since 2010 and recently had the opportunity to visit Ethiopia and experience first-hand the amazing work of the organization. Scott is a graduate of North Carolina State University and earned his Masters of Architecture from the University of Oregon.
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2 Responses to The Economics of Happiness

  1. Great idea Scott! The panel discussion afterwards should be interesting as well. It’s on my calendar.

  2. A-P Hurd says:

    Sounds excellent. I have a board meeting that night. Phoo.

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