Environmental Equity: Measurement and Evaluation Considerations

2013 EENP Forum

Day 3: Sept 24, 2013 • 1:00pm-2:15pm • Great Hall

By Richard Gelb, King County

Process, distributional, and intergenerational equity increasingly are priority focus areas for communities, public agencies, tribes, and foundations.  Though still not included in many performance management constructs and evaluation methods, new equity measurement standards, data sets, techniques and approaches are emerging to help account for and optimize progress in these domains.  At this café, we’ll explore how process, distributional, and intergenerational equity relate, and ponder measurement considerations and evaluation approaches that reveal progress in these arenas.

Richard Gelb is the performance management, evaluation, and equity and social justice lead for King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks.

 

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