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GreenLITES is a self-certification program created by the New York State Department of Transportation (DOT) that identifies the extent to which transportation projects incorporate sustainable choices. This is primarily used as an internal Excel-based tool to measure project performance, recognize good practices, and id (...)

Developed by: New York State Department of Transportation

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Type of tool: Rating System
Country: USA
AutoCASE is a software that calculates the Triple bottom line cost-benefit analysis for buildings and infrastructure. Autocase for sites/infrastructure seeks to provide cost-effective, sustainable and resilient stormwater management watershed/sewershed, and land planning solutions by incorporating social, environmental (...)

Developed by: Impact Infrastructure

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Type of tool: Financial Tool
Country: USA
GBP is a set of principles developed to promote integrity in the Green Bond market through guidelines that recommend transparency, disclosure, and reporting. They are intended to be used by market participants and  designed to drive the provision of information needed to increase capital allocation to such projects. (...)

Developed by: Climate Bonds initiative, International Capital Market Association (ICMA)

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Type of tool: Principles
Country: UK
The G7 Ise-Shima Principles for Promoting Quality Infrastructure Investment is a set of five principles. It was launched in Japan and developed by the G7 to be used on a global scale. These principles aim to promote strong, sustainable and balanced growth while enhancing resilience, and contributing to the global effor (...)

Developed by: The Group of Seven (G7)

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Type of tool: Principles
Country: Japan
The FV Tool is a financial tool that allows an organization to test whether its sustainability initiatives will effectively create or protect value for a project and as well as manage risks that could negatively impact project completion and ongoing business operations. The primary intention of the tool is to evaluate (...)

Developed by: IFC s Infrastructure and Natural Resources Advisory team, Rio Tinto, Deloitte

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Type of tool: Financial Tool
Country: USA
The Equator Principles is a risk management framework adopted by financial institutions for determining, assessing and managing environmental and social risk in projects. It is primarily intended to provide a minimum standard for due diligence to support responsible risk decision-making. (...)

Developed by: Equator Principles Association

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Type of tool: Principles
Country: USA
The EO100 Standard for Responsible Energy is a set of rigorous performance standards for energy development projects. It establishes metrics and performance targets that address the social and environmental impacts of energy development. The tool provides standards that can be used for investment and supply-chain due d (...)

Developed by: Equitable Origin

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Type of tool: Principles
Country: USA
The Environmental and Social Framework (ESF) enables the World Bank and Borrowers to manage environmental and social risks of projects better and improve developmental outcomes. The ESF makes important advances in areas such as transparency, non-discrimination, public participation accountability as well as biodiversit (...)

Developed by: World Bank

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Type of tool: Guidelines
Country: USA
DJSI (Dow Jones Sustainability Index) is a global sustainability benchmark. It is a set of principles and good practices developed in Switzerland by an investment company RobecoSAM to be used on a global scale. The main purpose of using this tool is to promote investors awareness of the importance of corporate sustaina (...)

Developed by: RobecoSAM

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Type of tool: Global Sustainability Benchmark
Country: Switzerland
RepRisk is a global research and business intelligence provider specialized in ESG risks. Based on dynamics analytics and metrics, the ESG risk database focuses on determining risk management and transparency that may translate into reputational, compliance or financial risk. (...)

Developed by: RepRisk AG

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Type of tool: Global Sustainability Benchmark
Country: Switzerland