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  1. Indicator Frameworks

  2. Indicator Frameworks Sustainable Measures • Montreal Process Criteria and Indicators • Community Capital • Driving force-State-Response • Input-Output-Outcome-Impact • Lowell Center Indicator Hierarchy • Local Unit Criteria and Indicator Development (LUCID)

  3. Community Capital Goods Buildings Infrastructure Information Built Capital Skills Health Abilities Education Family Community Businesses Government Human/Social Capital Natural Capital Natural Resources Ecosystem Services Beauty of Nature

  4. Driving Force/State/Response Sustainable Measures • Driving force (pressure, source)-activity that is causing a certain state or condition to exist • State (condition) - the condition that exists • Response (strategy, activities) - what is being done about it

  5. Driving Force (pressure or cause) Response (strategy or action) State (condition or status)

  6. Level 5: Sustainable Systems Indicators Level 4: Supply Chain and Product Life-cycle Indicators Level 3: Local Effect Indicators Level 2: Material Use and Performance Indicators Level 1: Compliance/ Conformance Indicators Lowell Center for Sustainable Production Indicator Hierarchy

  7. Sustainability Hierarchy Water Use Examples • Level of water in stream compared to historic levels (Level 5) • Annual water use by residents and industry (Level 2) • Gallons of water used to take a shower (Level 2)

  8. Sustainability Hierarchy Housing Examples Sustainable Measures • Number of building sites with permits (Level 1) • Number of housing starts (Level 2) • Number of units by type (single/multifamily) and price range (Level 3) • Percent of community land by usage type (residential, commercial, industrial, wetlands, working forest, agriculture, wilderness) (Level 5)