To change the status quo, we must understand it first
Our data-driven analytical approach helps us to track the dynamics between complex interrelationships in a system. This method works well for analyzing societal processes, urban case studies and policies, environment, etc.
It is useful because it creates:
- Benchmark analysis and comparison of changes over time
- an in-depth understanding of critical points in the system, inter-linkages and potential risks
- an opportunity to structure the most direct solutions, with the widest impact
- a good basis for engaging and informing a wide range of stakeholders
System and trend analyses
The systematic and analytical approach that we use enables us to trace recurring patterns and contextual factors. This helps businesses, state and local governments, and NGOs to understand the overall context, identify future patterns and trends, and shape actions that lead to meaningful and lasting change.
The geo-spatial methods we use allow us to analyse the specific characteristics of specific territories and regions in depth, focusing on the places where resources can be most efficiently and sustainably used in order to maximise their impact.
Urban analysis and circular processes
The urban environment is a specific system whose understanding requires in-depth study of complex connected processes. Environmental components have their specificity in urban settings. This type of analytical approach explores the specific linkages between environmental components and social and political dynamics in the urban context so as to create the most robust basis for modelling circular processes that enhance the economic, social and environmental benefits of the urban environment.