Disaster Preparedness • Economic Recovery • Resilience

Webinar on EDA’s New Online Resource: The Triple Bottom Line Tool

The Triple Bottom Line Tool is an online resource designed to help optimize the impact of economic development investments on economic vitality, natural resource stewardship, and community well-being. It is designed to serve investors, economic development professionals, and decision-makers in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors.

The Triple Bottom Line Tool has a number of potential applications:

• As a design tool, you can consider how to optimize your project’s impact.
• As a decision tool, you can winnow, compare, or rank projects.
• As a communication tool, you can describe how an investment aligns with community priorities.
• As an educational tool, the documentation and case illustrations can build understanding about economic development processes and impacts.

Whatever the application, the Triple Bottom Line Tool will help ensure that investment impact is maximized.

Please join the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) and the NADO Research Foundation for an informative webinar.  Brian Kelsey of the NADO Research Foundation and Dr. Janet Hammer from Portland State University will conduct the webinar.

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Click here to download the Powerpoint slides (PDF)