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The Center for Emergent Diplomacy in partnership with the City of Santa Fe, announces the launch of Happiness Santa Fe, an initiative that challenges the way we measure people’s well-being and success.
By using indicators that look at what makes people happy, our goal is to help policy makers in Santa Fe make better choices for its citizens.
Sustainable Happiness Week, which began April 13, runs through Saturday.
Santa Fe City Councilor Peter Ives will read the Mayoral Proclamation regarding the establishment of Pursuit of Happiness Day, and Sustainable Happiness Week in Santa Fe.
Many special events are planned to take place around Santa Fe in conjunction with the launch and with Sustainable Happiness Week, including the reading of a Mayoral Proclamation, Happiness Ambassadors at the Santa Fe Farmer’s Market, film screenings, and interactive art installations, musical performances and Happiness flash mobs, with more events to be announced.
A full calendar of events can be found at HappinessSantaFe.org.
Santa Fe businesses, cultural institutions, and community groups will also be creating “Happiness Happenings” which will spring up around the city to throughout the week engage citizens in activities and conversations centered on happiness, where they can take a popular well-being survey.
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