What is CO-IMPACT?
Developed within the Connecting Nature Project, CO-IMPACT is a decision-support tool allowing officers and cities to create impact assessment plans for their NBS/projects. The main objective is to make the process of building a baseline and impact assessment plan straight forward and simple for anyone who wishes to do so, with the final report providing advice around suitable methodologies based on scale and project characteristics.
What is Connecting Nature?

Coordinated by Trinity College Dublin, Connecting Nature is a consortium of 30 partners within 16 European countries, and hubs in Brazil, China, Korea & The Caucasus (Georgia and Armenia). We are co-working with local authorities, communities, industry partners, NGOs and academics who are investing in large scale implementation of nature–based projects in urban settings.

We are measuring the impact of these initiatives on climate change adaptation, health and well-being, social cohesion and sustainable economic development in these cities. We are also developing a diversity of innovative actions to nurture the start-up and growth of commercial and social enterprises active in producing nature-based solutions and products.