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This mapping tool was designed to help you to assess and visualise your current performance and future potential on each of the 4 returns (inspiration, social, natural & finance). It can be filled in individually (and compared later) or jointly, and is designed to be used as a discussion piece more than anything else. It is a very flexible tool that can be scaled according to your wishes; whether you are looking at the 4 returns of a small market garden or of a $500M corporation; whether you are filling it in alone or using it in a workshop.

It comprises of twelve impact categories (such as resilient community to sustainable water management) to consider for you farm, with provided examples.

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We are keen on continuThis mapping tool was designed to help you to assess and visualise your current performance and future potential on each of the 4 returns ously improving ourselves and always interested to learn more about the work of others. If you have used this tool and found it useful (or not useful at all), please share your experience with us!

You can share through the 4 returns platform.
Any specific questions regarding this tool can be addressed to info@4returns.earth.

 

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