Internet notebook about my work: deep listening to facilitate positive change


Friday 1 May 2009

A survey to take informed decisions

Benchmarking is the process of comparing, analyzing and improving business practices. It is not only an essential management tool in the private sector, but also a tool to communicate and lobby in policy processes. Currently countries are formulating their emission reduction targets for the Copenhagen meeting of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. Knowing what other countries do, can help in this process. Japan for Sustainability (JFS) goes a step further and asks people around the world for their comments and preferences among the various scenario options for Japan. JFS will share the results of this survey with the government and the media. This way informed decision making can also include what diffferent actors in other countries think Japan should do.

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