The Canada Infrastructure Bank should give us projects for the people and the planet as well as profit.
As we rush towards possibly environmentally damaging projects or other get-someone-rich-quick schemes we need to make sure we are doing so with our eyes wide open. Cost Benefit Analysis reduces all dimensions of a decision – people, planet, profits – to one: net welfare. Are we, as a group, better off? This well-established and standardized approach needs to be used much more to guide us in our project and policy decisions. CBA values society’s best interests, the public interest.
TBL-CBA can shine a light into who benefits and who doesn’t. While its probably too much to ask the Vogons to use it, it is not over the top to ask our governments to.
Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) provides infrastructure decision-makers with information on what to build, how to design, build, and finance a project and how to prioritize when funds are scarce. What more could we ask from this over 100-year old tool? As we rush headlong...
We’re very pleased to announce that the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has approved a new Pilot Credit - Informing Design Using Triple Bottom Line Analysis - for projects seeking certification under the LEED Green Building Rating System™. The intent of this...
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