We help Foundations and other investors monitor the ongoing impact of their investments. Using our specially developed framework, we first conduct an in-depth impact assessment of an organization. From this, we develop a theory of change, select appropriate indicators, and design quantitative and qualitative methods to measure impact and support our clients to make the right investment decisions to support their mission. We have designed a series of accompanying tools and resources to support this work.
We also work with companies to measure the social return on investment (SROI) of their actions, programs or operations.
FEATURED CLIENT CASE STUDIES
The Rockefeller Foundation's Revalue Ecosystems team was looking for a Strategy Partner to structure a learning agenda for their grant portfolio, to critically review and track the influence of the grantees' work.
Sustainable investment has developed rapidly in the last decade. However, inconsistent measures of ESG factors and ratings present challenges to sustainable investing. In this blog our Associate, Niklas Pape, discusses the data challenges he observes, their implications and potential ways forward.
Improving diversity starts in the boardroom, but to maximise synergies, an inclusive work culture should be created at every level of the company. Read about the case for diversity in our latest blog.
The Green New Deal aims to create green growth while tackling the climate crisis and economic inequality. To achieve this huge investment is required, can the enormous growth of sustainability linked finance be a solution to break the deadlock in Washington? Find out more in our latest blog!
According to the latest IPCC report, the Paris Agreement targets cannot be reached without Carbon Capture and Storage technology. Learn more about CCS technology in this blog.
Did you know that millennials are four times more likely to invest for positive social and environmental impact than older generations? Learn more about millennial investors in our latest blog.
TCFD has taken climate disclosure one step further than existing frameworks, but what differentiates it from its predecessors? (1) Emphasis on financial disclosure, (2) Scenario Analysis, and (3) Company-led initiative.
What does it take to implement a sustainable corporate governance structure that integrates sustainability at the core of your business? This blog explores three key considerations that companies should keep in mind.
If companies are taking sustainability seriously, it will be integrated at the top - at the board level.
Opportunities for societies and economies driven by the key production principles of the 4th industrial revolution can pave the way for a more sustainable future.
With more people jumping on the bandwagon of plant-based diets, is it time to consider what impact our food preferences have on the environment? And how do these translate into society?