Core business resources

A set of environmental and social goals for businesses based on scientific research.

Natural Capital Protocol Toolkit

The Natural Capital Protocol is a decision making framework that enables organizations to identify, measure and value their direct and indirect impacts and dependencies on natural capital.

Impact ratings: Quantified, not monetized

This document summarizes the conversations that took place with the IMP’s Practitioner Community around the usage, benefits and challenges of impact ratings.

Impact Monetization

The IMP convened its Practitioner Community to debate the challenges and merits of impact monetization, which are summarized in this discussion document

A guide to classifying the impact of investments

This provides asset owners and managers with high-level step-by-step guidance to classify the impact of individual investment products.

Standardization in impact management

This paper examines the IMP Practitioner Community’s views on what six elements of impact management can (or can’t) be standardized, following the discussions on the IMP’s discussion forum and corresponding huddles.

Incorporating the stakeholder’s voice into impact management practice

This webinar explains how enterprises can engage with stakeholder and use their feedback to inform decision-making.

Incorporating the stakeholder’s voice into impact management practice

This webinar explains how enterprises can engage with stakeholder and use their feedback to inform decision-making.

Classifying a company’s types of impact on people and the planet

This webinar discusses how the impact management norms can help enterprises to better understand their impacts positive and negative impacts on people and the planet, so that they can work to reduce the negative and increase the positive.

影响力数据类别模板

Perspectiva general del Impact Management Project (el Proyecto de Gestión de Impacto)

Using self-reported data for impact measurement

This guide shows how surveying can be used to collect data for each of the five dimensions of impact.