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 Larry Silverstein was quoted $1.5 to $2bn to clear asbestos out of the World Trade Centre just before 9/11
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Mike Zeidler runs Bristol based charity Happy City which attempts to categorise some of our biggest living spaces based on quality of life rather than economic figures.
More than just a survey, The Happiness Pulse is a truly ground-breaking, alternative measure combining academic rigour, technology and community engagement in a highly interactive process. It engages, informs and enables people to transform their own lives, in simple, low-cost, low-carbon, high-happiness ways.
The Happiness Pulse, is an accessible, informative online tool that measures how you’re doing in three domains – BE, DO and CONNECT – mental/emotional wellbeing, behavioural wellbeing and social wellbeing. Take a look at the framework here. This is a free tool, available worldwide, for people everywhere to measure, understand and improve their happiness.

Rick Margetts is an asbestos consultant who surveys buildings around Bristol for this toxic substance. He explains how its so toxic and takes us through how he strips the various different types of asbestos: Serpentine, White, Red and Blue out of buildings. Then he looks at the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) which declared the New York air 'safe to breathe' after the 9/11 attacks in 2001. The World Trade Centre was full of asbestos and the owner, Larry Silverstein was quoted $1.5 to $2 billion to clear the asbestos out of the building so it would be safe to use.

Kevin Galalae is author of ten books on depopulation including 'Killing us Softly', 'Peace Without Poison'. His most notable accomplishment took place in 2012, when he exposed for the first time in its 68-year old history the chemical and biological methods employed by the UN-delegated Global Depopulation Policy and showed that demographic objectives are carried out by covertly undermining human fertility as a substitute to war. In 2013, he published part of his research on the history of the Global Depopulation Policy, its causes and consequences; the first account of the world’s best-kept secret and the central axis of the international framework for peace and security post-World War II. And in 2014 he presented indisputable scientific evidence that countries around the world are committing genocide in the name of population control.

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