1 Reflections on well-being: from GDP to local communities and their landscapes
2 Exploring a new approach to well-being assessment
3 Community well-being in Bolivia: an indigenous perspective
4 Community well-being in Sri Lanka: a Buddhist perspective
5 Community well-being in Ghana: a traditional perspective
6 Community well-being and biodiversity conservation: examples from the Equator Initiative
7 An analysis of community well-being in biocultural landscapes: are we living well?
Back Matter (Annex 1 Poverty reduction outcomes in community-led natural resources management programmes)
Bas Verschuuren Bas Verschuuren is associate coordinator with the ETC-COMPAS Network; and co-Chair of the IUCN’s Specialist group on Cultural and Spiritual Values of Protected Areas.
Suneetha M. Subramanian Suneetha M. Subramanian is a Senior Research Fellow, United Nations University-Institute of Advanced Studies, Japan.
Wim Hiemstra Wim Hiemstra is trained in bio-dynamic agriculture, a holistic European form of organic farming. He is senior advisor at ETC Foundation, the Netherlands, a non - profit foundation facilitating innovative international networks in participatory rural development, energy and health. He is currently the international coordinator of the COMPAS – Comparing and Supporting Endogenous Development, a programme operating in 15 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.