Gross National Happiness (GNH) is measured in Bhutan, much like Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is measured in other countries. GNH is a way of measuring the population's quality of life and progress in a more human way than the economic measure GDP.
Have you ever heard of GNH? What do you know about the country of Bhutan?
Here are a couple of articles to get you started:
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1. Define GNH and GDP.
2. Find out some basic facts about Bhutan (location, population, geography, history, etc.) Write a short description of the country.
3. Do you think that GNH is an important indicator? What about GDP? Should they be used in combination with each other?
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