Principles of Sustainibility Assessement and Measurement

Pinter Laszlo, Peter Hardi, Robert-Andre Martinuzzi

Publikation: Beitrag in Buch/KonferenzbandBeitrag in Sammelwerk

Abstract

Revisiting the way society defines and measures progress has been identified as one of the key levers in tackling the root causes of unsustainable development. The recent economic and food crises exposed a critical weakness in the ability of currently mainstream indicators of progress to provide early warning and take adequate preventive action.

Since the early 1990s a growing number of organizations have been involved in the development of indicator systems around the key socio-economic and environmental concerns of sustainable development within their own context. In order to provide guidance and promote best practice, in 1997 a global group of leading measurement and assessment experts developed the Bellagio Principles. The Bellagio Principles have become a widely quoted reference point for measuring sustainable development, but new developments in policy, science, civil society and technology have made their update necessary.
OriginalspracheEnglisch
Titel des SammelwerksRoutledge Handbook of Sustainibility Indicators
Herausgeber*innen Bell, Morse
ErscheinungsortNew York
VerlagRoutledge
Seiten21 - 41
ISBN (Print)978-0-36749-755-2
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 2018

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