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WWF is one of those charities that is recognised around the world for its work promoting “people living in harmony with nature” – to use its own description. In other words, respecting and valuing the natural world and finding ways to share the Earth’s resources fairly. They run diverse projects in many different countries and their overall success is clear, but that success in itself brings certain problems. One such issue is simply how best to measure the performance of their projects; assessing the effects on both environment and inhabitants compared to before the WWF started their work.
In a move that demonstrates that Wood for Trees is ready to apply its data skills beyond the obvious, we were asked to help WWF to develop a scorecard that could be used to gather data on a wide range of projects in different international locations – thus giving them a solid platform for assessment and planning.
Read our case study to find out more about our solution and its success.