Maryland developed its Genuine Progress Indicator to measure how development activities impact long-term prosperity, both positively and negatively. Here in Maryland and across the globe, people are continually challenged by the need to find a balance between advancing economic gain and ensuring social well-being.
Traditional indicators like the Gross Domestic/State Products address only economic transactions. They do not include the environmental and social costs of what we buy, the quality of life impacts of how we live, or fully appreciate the significant contributions of our natural systems.
We invite you to learn how we developed our GPI, find out how Maryland is doing in 26 different indicators, and explore a model to see how policy decisions made today may affect future generations.
MD GPI on PBS Newshour
- National Center for Smart Growth Cites GPI as Metric to Measure Success
- Beyond GDP: US States Have Adopted Genuine Progress Indicators
- Baltimore’s Genuine Progress Indicator Shows Healthy Economic Growth
- Implementing GPI in Vermont, Maryland and Oregon
- Forget the GDP. Some States Have Found a Better Way to Measure Our Progress
- Time to leave GDP behind
- Maryland Continues to Lead the Nation in Genuine Progress Tracking
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