Matt Dietrichson, Feb 19, 13.
A five-year study by National Geographic determined numerous factors that contribute to human happiness, including community, finances, and work commute.
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Houston Chronicle Editorial Board, Feb 04, 13.
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Matt Dietrichson, Feb 01, 13.
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Matt Dietrichson, Jan 28, 13.
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Houston Tomorrow received a three-year, $150,000 grant from the Cynthia & George Mitchell Foundation to support sustainable development in the Houston region.
Matt Dietrichson, Dec 06, 12.
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