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World Happiness Report

World Happiness Report

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These maps help to visualize the world’s urban growth Want to see what the world will look like in 40 years? These maps will help you comprehend the urban growth that is transforming countries worldwide. Photo by Charlie Ma/Flickr. We are living in the midst of the urban century. Though it is common knowledge that the world is urbanizing, it can be striking to visualize this growth on a map. Switzerland Personal Income Tax Rate Receive the next reported value for Switzerland Personal Income Tax Rate in you Inbox Request Submitted. To add alerts for more indicators click here We will not not share your email with third parties and you can unsubscribe at any time. Please Paste this Code in your Website <iframe src=' height='300' width='600' frameborder='0' scrolling='no'></iframe><br />source: <a href='

What Makes You Happy? Think about it. Close your eyes for a few seconds and think about it again. If you have got an answer, are you sure about that answer? If you have not got an answer, are you still searching for one? Actually, this is a trick question forcing you to come up with a reason to be happy. if you fall for that trap and choose to answer the question, immediately you surrendered yourself to conditional happiness. 70 years and half a trillion dollars later: what has the UN achieved? It was Dag Hammarskjöld, the tragic second UN secretary general, who had it best. The United Nations, he said, “was created not to lead mankind to heaven but to save humanity from hell”. The kind of hell Hammarskjöld had in mind was not hard to imagine in the wake of world war and Hitler’s extermination camps, and with the atom bomb’s shadow spreading across the globe.

The World Happiness Index 2016 just ranked the happiest countries on Earth Every year, the World Happiness Index surveys numerous people from various countries around the world in search of, as the name implies, which country has the happiest population. This year’s winner is Denmark, followed closely by Switzerland, Iceland, and Norway. The US ranked 13th. So how do the researchers come up with this list? The process is actually rather simple, as the Index's website explains: "The rankings are based on answers to the main life evaluation question asked in the poll. This is called the Cantril ladder: it asks respondents to think of a ladder, with the best possible life for them being a 10, and the worst possible life being a 0.

World Cities World Cities The global pattern: millionaire cities, mega cities and world cities. Urbanisation represents the demographic transition or change from rural areas to urban areas. Urbanisation is defined as “the increasing proportion of people that live in towns and cities” and can be viewed at regional, national, continental and International scales. In 2010 a key date was passed, the World’s urban population passed 50% for the first time in history (source). The World Health Organisation of the UN estimate that “By 2030, 6 out of every 10 people will live in a city, and by 2050, this proportion will increase to 7 out of 10 people.”

Etre Cecile Collaboration Aspinal London JUST in time for fashion week, one of London's favourite fashion faces, Yasmin Sewell, has embarked on a collaboration that will no doubt have a heavy presence at the shows. Through her label Être Cécile - creator of insoucciant, quirky-cool separates to date - she has teamed up with Aspinal of London - purveyor of all things leather and luxury - to create a collection that blends the best of the two brands. "The collaboration is unexpected and that's why it works so well for both brands, surprising and exciting the loyal, and very different, customers," said Aspinal creative director Mariya Dykalo, reserving high praise for Sewell. "Her bold and brave use of colour, mixing up the norm, really appealed to me so it seemed natural to see what we could do together as brands. It all moved quite quickly from there we are really lucky that Yasmin and her team were a breath of fresh air to work with, making it very easy for us!"

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