So you've got your sustainability project up and running, but how do you know it's working? If you are already measuring your work, how do you know you're getting the right information, and going about it in the right way?


There are different tools for measuring sustainability and behaviour change projects  - like before and after measurement, and using surveys or touchpoints to work out the number of people engaged. Our approach uses robust academic models, as well as the lastest thinking in behaviour change. 

Your options

  1. We can look at your existing impact measurement and advise you on how to improve it
  2. We can design a measurement process from scratch

When you do something to help the environment, it can also have a positive effect on the people around you. That's why we measure social impact as well as environmental impact.

The most important thing is to make sure that you're not just "doing" your programme, but you understand why it works - and what isn't working. 

We believe in collecting evidence that will make a difference - evidence that will show anyone who needs to be persuaded the power of sustainable behaviour change.

Want to know more about measuring behaviour change?

Read this article on from Global Action Plan Partner Chris Large for some ideas.

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