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  • ...d by the Municipalities themselves. It also intends to map and measure the impact of innovative and sustainable practices undertaken by municipalities, civil ...a Foundation. It employs a dynamic online portal for the visualization and monitoring of the contributions and progress of each municipality in relation to the S
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  • * Monitoring & evaluation * Ethical & low impact living
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  • ...acker/ project tracker]] are the [[Journey of Regeneration]], [[Ecovillage Impact assessment]], and [[SDG]] assessment tools. This provides the framework for *[https://ecovillage.org/resources/impact-assessment/ Online Ecovillage Impact Assessment Tool]
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  • *Their growth and/or replication, and hence increased impact upon society's socio-environmental needs ...s a need for similar diversity in how success is measured. Approaches to [[monitoring and evaluation of community-led initiatives]] have accordingly taken very d
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  • ...partnership). <ref name = "GEN IA 2017"> https://ecovillage.org/resources/impact-assessment/. Accessed May 10th 2018.</ref> ...al Governments, 2017. Roadmap for localizing the SDGs: implementation and monitoring at subnational level.</ref>
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  • * Monitoring & evaluation ...est option, is essential for the centre to maximise its long term positive impact, as well as to create the employment stability and career development that
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  • ...t analysis aggregates data on consumption patterns and their environmental impact in different domains of activity in order to arrive at a single consolidate ...nities.<ref name="Daly2017"> Daly, M., 2017. Quantifying the environmental impact of ecovillages and co-housing communities: a systematic literature review.
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  • ...ated aim to be a working example of sustainable settlement and interest in monitoring progress towards this goal. Findings from a household survey completed by 4 ...of this compared with the markedly lower figures in other areas meant the impact on overall figures was relatively low.<ref name="carragher 2018" />
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  • ...ricultural, forest, and other land use sector (AFOLU) did not increase its impact during this period, but it is an important contributor to GHG emissions: in == Potential Monitoring Indicators ==
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  • ...ey had achieved some, or meaningful/significant impact across the economic impact categories. Specific Transition projects that focus on local economies that ...ition 2020 survey]] respondents reported some or meaningful or significant impact in this area. Some examples of care or wellbeing economies are:
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  • ; [https://mescproject.wordpress.com/ Monitoring and Evaluation of Sustainable Communities] (MESC) ...h various academic papers.<ref> Hobson, K., Hamilton, J., Mayne, R., 2014. Monitoring and evaluation in UK low-carbon community groups: benefits, barriers and th
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  • ECOLISE network was established to strengthen the collaboration and impact of sustainable community initiatives across Europe, represented particularl ...mostly active in Europe, but due to its key members' global identity, the impact is broader.
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  • ...a global level, food is the consumption category with the greatest climate impact, accounting for nearly 20% of GHG emissions, followed by housing, mobility, ...footprint framework, it is essential to inform consumers about the climate impact of products or services, with the final aim of inducing more climate-friend
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  • * Key Areas of Lifestyle Impact, covering homelife, work-life and community life, for environmental, social |Has experience of regeneratively sustainable / low impact lifestyles (individual and collective)
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  • ...ommunity groups suggest that demands arising from the programmes' internal monitoring and evaluation measures pressured participating CLIs to work in particular ...cessary for making applications, receipt of grant funding required regular monitoring and reporting; if funds were used to employ staff this raised further admin
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  • ...ommunity groups suggest that demands arising from the programmes' internal monitoring and evaluation measures pressured participating CLIs to work in particular ...cessary for making applications, receipt of grant funding required regular monitoring and reporting; if funds were used to employ staff this raised further admin
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  • *Key Areas of Lifestyle Impact, covering homelife, work-life and community life, for environmental, social ====Experience of regeneratively sustainable / low impact lifestyles (individual and collective)====
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  • * Ethical & low impact living ** The 6 Key Impact Areas covering homelife, work-life and community life, specifically: a) Ene
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  • ...16/06/2016_06_20_Deliverable_2.4_FINAL.pdf. Carbon Reduction and Community Impact Scoreboard] (TESS Project Deliverable No. 2.4). TESS Project.</ref> ...providing vegan or vegetarian meals with less animal products has far more impact on emissions than providing locally-produced organic food. Researchers also
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  • ...ecovillages, many of them tend to implement several strategies that reduce impact on the natural system, including its carbon footprint, as well as foster ac
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