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12
Nov

Maryland Continues to Lead the Nation in Genuine Progress Tracking

Governor O'Malley meets with GPI representatives first-ever national GPI summit in Annapolis

Governor O’Malley at the first-ever national GPI summit in Annapolis

2012 data shows 4.5 percent improvement over 2011

Maryland’s Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI) has been updated to include 2012 data, which shows the State’s traditional economic measures and GPI ― a measure of statewide well-being – both enjoyed considerable improvements.  Read more »

17
Jun

Governor O’Malley Hosts GPI Summit

Oregon First Lady Cylvia Hayes, Governor O’Malley, Earth Institute Director Jeffrey Sachs; Credit: Executive Office of the Governor

Oregon First Lady Cylvia Hayes, Governor O’Malley, Earth Institute Director Jeffrey Sachs
Credit: Executive Office of the Governor

Maryland leads the nation in measuring Genuine Progress

Spearheading Maryland’s efforts to engage and share with other states Maryland’s Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI) – a measure of statewide wellbeing − Governor Martin O’Malley hosted a summit with leaders from across the nation on June 14 in Baltimore. Maryland is the national leader in the development and use of the GPI, recently announcing that new, 2011 data shows a 2 percent increase over 2010. Read more »

10
Oct

Governor O’Malley Hosts First Ever GPI Summit

Governor O’Malley meets with GPI representatives
Photo by Tom Nappi

New data shows 2 percent increase over previous year

Spearheading Maryland’s efforts to engage and educate other states on Maryland’s Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI) – a measure of statewide well-being − Governor Martin O’Malley hosted a summit with stakeholders from across the nation on October 9 in Annapolis. Maryland is the national leader in the development and use of the GPI, recently announcing that new, 2011 data shows a 2 percent increase over 2010.

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1
Oct

Maryland GPI Grows More Than 2 Percent Last Year

GPI updated with 2011 data

Governor Martin O’Malley today announced that the State has updated Maryland’s Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI) ,  the first state government sanctioned tool of its kind,  to include 2011 data.  According to the new data, Maryland’s GPI – a measure of statewide well-being – grew more than 2 percent since last year; the highest increase since 2005.

“The GPI is one of the best ways to evaluate our progress as a State because it provides a comprehensive look at our economy, natural resources and community,” said Governor O’Malley. “With these results we are able to see where we need to focus our efforts, and create the necessary policies.” Read more »