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Sustainability Analytics - Social Pillar

Sustainability tools that are based on the social sciences assess conditions and processes, such as, national and personal security, liberty, justice, equity, the rule of law, education, human health, health care, science and the arts, and other aspects of civil society and culture.

Collaborative  Problem-Solving

Collaborative Problem-Solving
Collaborative problem-solving is a tool that allows various stakeholders to work together to address a particular issue or concern.



Design  Charrettes

Design Charrettes
Design Charrettes is a collaborative design and planning workshop held on-site and inclusive of all affected stakeholders.



Environmental  Justice Analysis

Environmental Justice Analysis
Environmental justice analysis evaluates racial and socioeconomic disparities in exposure to environmental health risks.



Futures  Methods

Futures Methods
Futures methods seek to help decision-makers anticipate conditions and events that have not yet fully developed so they can influence or better respond to the ultimate outcome.



Health  Impact Assessment

Health Impact Assessment
Health impact assessment is a combination of procedures, methods, and tools by which a policy, program, or project may be judged as to its potential effects on the health of a population, and the distribution of those effects within the population.



Segmentation  Analysis

Segmentation Analysis
Segmentation analysis (also known as market segmentation or audience segmentation) is a process of dividing a larger population into smaller subpopulations or segments in order to identify psychological and socio-demographic correlates of target behaviors or values.



Social  Impact Assessment

Social Impact Assessment
Social impact assessment assesses the social impacts resulting from planned interventions (such as policies, programs, projects or actions), as well as any social change invoked by those interventions.



Social  Network Analysis

Social Network Analysis
Social network analysis refers to a systematic process of analyzing groups and relationships among groups and the effects on the transmission of information or ideas.

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