An impact economy promotes the durability, reparability, and recyclability of products and resources to stay within planetary boundaries. Our world needs circular business models, infrastructure, materials, and design practices that consider workers’ and human rights.
Impact measurement and reporting
Measuring impact supports businesses and their partners in gaining insight into the effects of business activities on people and planet. Sustainable material and resource use requires circular business models and transparency on impact of materials and industrial processes.
Impact management and strategy
To achieve the Impact Economy, the world must transition towards sustainable material & resource use. Respect for planetary boundaries & workers’ rights as well as durability, reparability, recyclability should be embedded in all life cycle phases. Integrating impact information in decision-making enables businesses to transition towards sustainable material and resource use.
Renewables, clean and affordable energy, just transition, decarbonisation
Sustainable packaging, durability, biodiversity
Waste to resources, resource management
Global Value Chains
Impact of plastics, environmental impact, livelihoods & human health
Integrated profit & loss assessment methodology
This framework offers guidance and practical advice on how to put the principles of FIS into practice and focusses on…
Biodiversity impact of banks
This paper sets out the position of the Banking for Impact (BFI) working group on measuring and valuing biodiversity.
Brief paper: True Price publishes ‘Multidimensional P&L in brief’
ABN AMRO Impact Report 2021