Assessing socio-economic and environmental impacts of your strategy

& imagining economic models for the transition

VERTIGOLAB WALKS WITH YOU …

TO THINK TOMORROW’S INNOVATION AND FORESEE UPCOMING CHALLENGES, BUSINESSES AND TERRITORIES MUST ADAPT THEIR STRATEGIES ACCORDING TO THEIR SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS. VERTIGOLAB DEVELOPS ASSESSMENT TOOLS ADAPTED TO DECISION MAKERS AND WALKS WITH THEM IN REACHING THEIR OBJECTIVES.

Building

Strong and sustainable business and territorial strategies, while innovating for the inclusion and preservation of the natural capital.

Deciding and steering

Actions to take by mobilizing a complete economic analysis toolkit, from feasibility to cost-benefit and decision-making methods.

Positioning

Businesses and territories within their ecosystems by valuing their strengths and addressing their weaknesses.

Involving

Stakeholders in the collective endeavor of their company or territorial strategy while building their comprehension of the ecological transition.

Communicating

The positive impacts of your actions, projects and policies, to inform targeted audiences about their environmental benefits.

Incubating

Innovative projects, from ideation to feasability up to their technical and financial autonomy.

Making the transition

THE LAB

Analyses / News / Articles / Events

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September 21, 2017 in Idées

Pour une agriculture entre start-up et bon sens paysan

5 ans pour mettre en place un nouveau modèle agricole avant qu’il ne soit trop tard, mais lequel ? Et comment y arriver ? Nous proposons de cultiver l’esprit d’entreprendre de nos agriculteurs sans perdre de vue l’essentiel : garder le bon sens paysan.

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September 21, 2017 in Actus

Retour sur le Fermes d’Avenir Tour 2017 !

Intervention de Thomas Binet, directeur et fondateur de Vertigo Lab lors du Fermes d’Avenir Tour 2017 à Blanquefort.

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August 30, 2017 in Actus

Publication de Jean-Christophe Martin, notre expert en comptabilité économico-environnementale, dans la revue Ecological Economics

Jean-Christophe Martin et ses co-auteurs Rémi Montgruel et Harold Levrel apportent une nouvelle contribution scientifique à l’évaluation économique des services culturels rendus par les écosystèmes naturels.

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