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This guide focuses on human rights impacts arising during the project deployment phase, including those that can flow from environmental impacts such as loss of biodiversity during project land clearing.
This poster can be used to inform non-REIPPPP specialists about the programme and its opportunities for communities and local economies.
FAQ guide discussing the most common M&E questions associated with community investments in REIPPPP.
Method guide introducing a group coaching methodology working with case clinics.
This report is part of the USAID Renewable Energy Auctions Toolkit developed under USAID’s Scaling Up Renewable Energy (SURE) project, which helps energy stakeholders design and implement successful energy auctions. This report focuses specifically on measures within the auction for addressing social impacts.
The content of this guide draws extensively on previous research and writing included in Community Engagement and Benefit Sharing in Renewable Energy Development.
In this edition of the Handbook we explore what the private sector can do to augment government’s recovery efforts, put responsible business concepts into practice, and help to accelerate meaningful change in South Africa.
Read this summary brochure on the INSPIRE initiative for the economic development stakeholder community. INSPIRE is a learning and innovation hub for training, communities of practice and research and engagement. This brochure outlines its ambition, its work and its mission.
An infographic summarising movements, traditions and frameworks for the advancement of deepening community development impact in REIPPPP. Illustrated by Peter Westoby.
This guidance document addresses the question of how to create successful and sustainable community investments and how to measure their success. Social investment programmes are described as the voluntary and/or regulatory contributions companies make to the communities and broader societies where they operate, with the objective of mutually benefiting external stakeholders and the company.
Disclaimer: This project is made possible by the support of the American People through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents of this project are the sole responsibility of the Initiative for Social Performance in Renewable Energy (INSPIRE) and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.