SUSTAINABILITY EVALUATION

Evaluate your project and assess its contribution to sustainable development 

To reach a more sustainable development it is important to evaluate projects and assess their costs and their benefits in terms of sustainability, ecosystem services and biodiversity and broader well-being. This website helps you to do just that. 

After you project plans are more maturely taking shape you can consider doing a full sustainability evaluation using the so-called MCCBA approach.  

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Features

The Sustainability Evaluation tool’s most valuable features

SUSTAINABLE POLICY FRAMEWORKS

Evaluate your project in relation to three globally most important sustainable policy frameworks

SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT GOALS

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or Global Goals are a collection of 17 interlinked global goals and around 170 sub-goals designed to be a “blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all”.

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ECOSYSTEM
SERVICES

The ecosystem services framework (MEA, 2005) can be seen as an effort to bridge the two worlds of nature investments and policy: highlighting the benefits which nature brings to human well-being.

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BROAD
WELL-BEING

Measures changes in human well-being and policy development around broader human well-being. Three main categories: material living conditions, quality of life and sustainability of the socio-economic and natural systems.

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