New online tool shows impact on the Global Goals
The SDG Impact Assessment Tool is developed by the Gothenburg Center for Sustainable Development at Chalmers University of Technology and the University of Gothenburg, in collaboration with SDSN Northern Europe and Mistra Carbon Exit.
The aim is to help the academia and other businesses to describe their impact on the 17 Global Goals. The purpose is to raise the level of awareness about the Agenda 2030 and to strengthen users' contributions to sustainable development.
The tool is available online and free of use. The base for the tool is a method that has been used previously but then only in printed format. By launching a web version of the tool, the project manager Anders Ahlbäck hopes to reach more people with the message that a holistic view of the Global Goals is important.
SDG Impact Assessment Tool was developed with financial support from the Region Västra Götaland via the Maritime Cluster of Western Sweden.
Read the full article and access the web tool here.