The evaluation of the three pillars
of sustainable development
RDC Environment assists you in evaluating the impacts of your organization or your products on the three pillars of sustainable development. The sustainability analysis or cost-benefit analysis can be used:
before the decision is made to evaluate the risks and opportunities of a project, a product or a public policy, to choose among several scenarios, to improve them and to guide the public or private decision,
2after the decision is made, to evaluate the results obtained and verify whether the objectives previously set have been achieved,
3to define incentive and efficient environmental support, subsidy or taxation mechanisms.
Our team of engineers and economists assists public authorities and the private sector in carrying out sustainability analyses, also called socio-economic analyses or cost-benefit analyses (ISO 14007), using:
RDC Environment contributed to the development of the ISO
14008 standard – Monetary evaluation of environmental impacts and related environmental aspects.
RDC Environment, in partnership with Bo Weidema, developed a reference method for monetizing impacts on resource scarcity, published in the peer-reviewed journal Resources.
RDC Environment is a member:
Of the NERSAP network
gathering practitioners of socio-economic analysis (SEA) and alternatives analysis in the framework of the implementation of the European REACH regulation concerning chemical substances
The Capitals Coalition
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