"We see our products as an innovative, environmental, and economical solution for a world that is seeking to reduce its carbon footprint," said Carboncor Products CEO Jim Layard
. "Our current agreement and accreditation with the DPTI will offer the South Australian market a viable and cost-effective alternative cold-mix product."
In the words of Professor Richard Layard
, an expert on life satisfaction across populations, of the London School of Economics, 'this budget is a game-changing event.' Moreover, he indicated that there is 'no other major country that has so explicitly adopted well-being as its objective', in turn, making New Zealand the only country rethinking GDP (gross domestic product or national output) as the best measure of a nation's success.
Officials have stated that, "better treatment for mental health would improve happiness directly; and improving happiness in other ways would reduce the frequency of mental illness" (Layard
One of the country's top experts on the condition, Richard Layard
, in an important work called The Depression Report, recommended training an extra 10,000 clinical psychologists and therapists to provide cognitive behavioural therapy for those suffering clinical depression, through 250 local treatment centres, providing courses costing PS750.
The excavation of Nineveh, begun in the 1840s by Austen Henry Layard
, was continued by Hormuzd Rassam, an Assyrian Christian from Mosul.
1810), by Austen Henry Layard
(1849), and by the Iraqi Directorate-General (1941), respectively.
, Richard, Baron Layard
, and Stephen Nickell.
, revealing what a truly "magnificent, innovative and interesting
Heterosexuals and homosexuals both get sometimes depressed, it is the facet of life they know well how to overcome with it by following strategies for their well-being (Layard
, Richard, 2006)..
The team, directed by Richard Layard
, drew on data from four major developed countries (Australia, Britain, Germany and the United States) in which people were asked to indicate, on a zero-to-10 scale, how satisfied they were with their life.
Lord Richard Layard
, author of 'Happiness-Lessons from a New Science' (2005), maintained that a society should be judged by its people's satisfaction with life as a whole.