The millers’ tales: Sustainability, the arts and the watermill

  title={The millers’ tales: Sustainability, the arts and the watermill},
  author={Jayne Elisabeth Archer and Howard Thomas and Richard Joseph Marggraf Turley},
In 2009, the Nobel Prize-winning economists Joseph E. Stiglitz and Amartya Sen issued a report urging a shift from a purely economic analysis of a country’s success or relative failure to one which includes (and is informed by) an analysis of wellbeing and sustainability (Stiglitz et al. 2009). The report concluded that wellbeing and sustainability, which comprise factors such as culture, education, health, water security and food production, are intimately linked. Although their terminology… 

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