Related content for project "Integrating Mainstream Economic Indicators with Sustainable Development Objectives (IN-STREAM)" (project ID 1901)
Mainstream economic indicators still dominate practical policy making. In this journal article, Lucas Porsch explains how the connection of sustainability measures and these mainstream indicators can be a tool for policy makers to understand and manage trade-offs between different sustainability categories.
Leonardo Mazza, Leonardo; Samuela Bassi, Thibaut Henin et. al. 2011: Sustainability Indicators for Policy Making: Green Growth and Green Innovation. Report on the IN-STREAM Workshop of 7 July 2011. IEEP/Ecologic Institute/FEEM: London/Brussels/Berlin/Venice.
Leonardo Mazza, Leonardo; Samuela Bassi and Thibaut Henin 2011: Energy and Resource Efficiency: Modelling, Analysis, Indicators. Report on the IN-STREAM Workshop of 7 April 2011. IEEP/Ecologic Institute: London/Brussels/Berlin.
Ecologic Institute organized the final conference of IN-STREAM from the 27 to 28th of September in Brussels. The conference summarized the research results of IN-STREAM and provided a forum for an intensive discussion with other parties involved in the Beyond GDP process, such as the European Environment Agency, the European Commission, the OECD, UNEP and the Global Footprint Network. The discussion covered a wide range of topics regarding how sustainability can be measured and produced important results on how to identify and quantify trade-offs between different dimensions of sustainability.
Stoessel, Susanah; Samuela Bassi; Leonardo Mazza et. al. 2011: IN-STREAM and OPEN: EU Workshop – Sustainability Indicators for Policy Making. Report on the Workshop of 8-9 February 2011. Ecologic Institute/IEEP: Berlin/London/Brussels.
Bassi, S., Mazza, L., Fedrigo-Fazio, D., Henin, T. Gerdes, H. and Portale, E. (2011). Outcomes of the workshops on policy processes and decision making – identifying needs for sustainability indicators. Deliverable D7.3 of the IN-STREAM project
This joint event was part of two FP7 projects: OPEN:EU and INSTREAM and was organised by the Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP) and Ecologic Institute Berlin. It brought together experts, statisticians, policy makers and representatives of civil society organisations to discuss and share experiences on how to improve the use of indicators to assess progress on economic and sustainability goals.