Version 1.0 (April 2021)
A tool to develop graphical analyses for Social-Ecological Innovation projects linking Theory of Change and Stakeholder Analysis methodologies with the Doghnuts Economics and SDG approaches
This tool is designed to assess the socio-ecological impact of projects and initiatives in a way that is both graphic and friendly, yet profound and accurate, so that it can become a useful tool for a wide range of users.
The tool can also be used to graphically represent the social-ecological impact of initiatives either before their implementation, during their design, during their development or after their completion.
Because of its simplicity, the tool can be developed by a wide range of actors, e.g. facilitators, teachers, policymakers, entrepreneurs, consultants and others and does not require extensive knowledge or skills, although a minimum knowledge of the Doughnut Economics framework, Theory of Change and Stakeholder methodologies and the context of the SDGs is advisable.
The duration of use is quite flexible and will depend on whether it is to be used exclusively to show the impact of the initiatives ex-post or whether it is chosen as a tool to accompany the design processes of the initiatives....
The tool can be developed exclusively by an individual person or by a larger group of people according to the needs of each process.
For inclusion in DEAL, a format has been prepared that can be developed in digital and/or analogue form according to the needs of the people who will implement it. For the analogue version, a good assortment of coloured pens is required.
Knowledge of Doughnuts Economics, knowledge of Theory of Change and Stakeholder methodologies and SDGs.
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