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How do we share information about a portfolio of many diverse enterprises? What is our shared understanding of impact? In finance, we have developed shared fundamentals, such as return, volatility and liquidity — and asset classes, which group investments with similar characteristics — to describe, align and manage our respective financial goals.
For impact, we now have a shared understanding that impact refers to material effects experienced by people and planet, both positive and negative — and that to understand and manage impact, we need to consider five dimensions of any effect: What What outcome, positive or negative, the effect drives and whether it is important to the people or planet experiencing it.
We may decide that an outcome is important based on our own opinion, or guided by professional experts, or through shared consensus like the Sustainable Development Goals or Social Progress Index.
We may relate our experience of secondary education to our ability to have financial security and we may think that financial security is a positive and important outcome.
How Much How much of an effect occurs by considering its significance: It may show us thator 2 million, people have experienced the effect.
Who Who experiences the effect and whether they are underserved in relation to the outcome s. Do the people or planet have the opportunity to experience the outcome that the effect relates to? For environmental issues, we may be thinking about certain species and how near or far they are from endangerment.
Contribution The contribution that the effect makes to what is likely to occur anyway, based on whether the effect: It might be likely to contribute more or less significantly to our physical health than if we continue to use our current service. It might reach other people who do not currently have access to the service at all.
Risk The risk that the effect is different from our expectation. For example, an innovative health service might make our physical health worse when we expected it would make it a little better — but it could also make our health significantly better than expected. Or, it might make our health better but lead to negative effects for other people or the planet.P4 Describe, with examples, the impact of government policies on different public services.
Overview: The Policies created by the UK Government can have significant effects on the Public Services. Fideisms Judaism is the Semitic monotheistic fideist religion based on the Old Testament's ( BCE) rules for the worship of Yahweh by his chosen people, the children of Abraham's son Isaac (c BCE)..
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Impactites – overview and comment on the IUGS classification and nomenclature. A polymictic breccia (suevite) as an impact rock – impactite.
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