The Sustainability Scorecard

Scoring:  -2 = high negative impact; -1 = low negative impact; 
0 = no impact; +1 = low positive impact: +2 = high positive impact


Project A

Project B

Project C

Project D

High civic engagement





Good access to health care





Rich preventive medicine resources





High level of youth wellness





High coastal water quality





High drinking water quantity





High drinking water quality

High air quality





Large amount of open space





Significant solid-waste reduction





Diverse sources of renewable energy





Significant traffic reduction 





High quality of education 





Good supply of affordable housing 





Diverse business base





Total score




2004 by
Allen Larson