Evidensia is a leading global effort to make credible evidence about the impacts and effectiveness of market-based sustainability approaches accessible to inform policy and practice in the field. Its governance structure comprises three bodies that each have a specific role and contribution towards ensuring that Evidensia’s approach and activities are credible, rigorous, transparent, and effective in meeting its goals. You can learn more about the role and responsibilities of the Research Council here.
The Steering Committee is Evidensia’s central governance body accountable for its vision, mission and strategic direction. It is comprised of organisations that have an institutional commitment to the overall mission of Evidensia and its long-term goal of using credible evidence to inform sustainability policy and practice.
The Evidensia Research Council is a technical, independent governance body that has accountability for Evidensia’s overall research methodology, approach, activities. It also supports with research collaborations and partnerships.
Evidensia’s core team leads the implementation, coordination and management of all Evidensia activities.
The Evidensia Stakeholder Council is an advisory body providing a space to hear the perspectives and priorities of different stakeholders on questions of impacts and evidence needs. It also assesses the value and uptake of Evidensia’s activities, insights and analysis for business, government, policy and practitioner work.