With the help of evaluations, you can ascertain whether you have achieved your intended objectives via your particular programme or measure. What is more, you are given pointers on blocking and inhibiting factors which you can use to optimise these programmes.
What we offer
The social and ecological impacts of communication campaigns and funding or consultancy programmes are particularly unappreciated when it comes to environmental and sustainability policies. An analysis of these impacts thus plays an important role, not least for the legitimation of the resources deployed.
ISOE possesses qualified expertise in target-group-related market and social research and the implementation of social empirical impact and acceptance analyses in the fields of energy and mobility. In addition, ISOE has played a leading role in devising methods for the formative evaluation of transdisciplinary research projects. Backed up by this broad methodological spectrum, ISOE prepares evaluations on:
- services of information and consultancy
- marketing campaigns
- networks designed to improve expertise and qualifications
- research programmes and projects
The benefits for you
- Your receive insights into target-group-related acceptance of programmes, campaigns and offerings, and the behavioural changed triggered by this.
- Upon request, we can link these studies to methods for analysing the economic and ecological effects.
- You can pick up any undesirable side effects at an early stage and receive pointers on how to optimise programmes and offers.
- Also crucial besides the results are the process qualities such as transparency, participation or social learning. You can use your evaluation for quality management and organisational development.
- CommuterLab – paths towards sustainable urban-suburban mobility based on the Frankfurt Rhein-Main region
- GeisTreich – Geisenheim Transfer Program for Biodiverse and Multifunctional Viticulture
- KomKlAn – Status and Progress of Municipal Climate Adaptation in Germany
- LogMob – Impact assessment of an integrated logistics and mobility concept for the German Protestant Church Congress
- Networking and transfer measure “Plastic Reduction”
- SCIP Plastics – Strengthening Waste Prevention in Khulna and Reducing Marine Plastic Pollution
- SuPraStadt II – Quality of life, participation and resource conservation through social diffusion of sufficiency practices in urban neighbourhoods
- Train station of the future – sustainable mobility hub and a place with quality of stay
- transform-R – Shaping the energy and mobility transition as a socio-ecological transformation in the Frankfurt/Rhine-Main region
- BioFAVOR II – Low-tech recycling of faeces from decentralised sources
- BioKompass – Communication and participation for the societal transformation towards bioeconomy
- Climate CO2NTEST – Acceptance and impact of the competition in the Hanover region
- Conflicts of objectives between the application of medications and environmental protection
- Dilemmas of sustainability – Meta-criteria for sustainability
- EiMap – Communication strategy promoting energy-efficient refurbishment during the home purchasing process
- Evaluation of the International Water Stewardship Program (IWaSP)
- IntenKS – Improving sewage sludge treatment in China for energetic and material utilisation
- KlimaAlltag – low carbon lifestyles in the zero emissions city
- LIRA 2030 – Fostering Transdisciplinarity in Africa
- LivingSpaces – Instruments for a needs-orientated usage of the housing stock in municipalities
- Mobility Laboratory 2020 – Attractive alternatives to the private car
- NamTip: Understanding and Managing Desertification Tipping Points – A Namibian Perspective
- Societal impacts of research institutions: ARL Effectiveness Study
- TRAPA India – Transition pathways for solving urban wastewater problems in Indian cities