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Date & Time: 2024-04-17 04:35

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Assessment overview

Your project is at Level 1 on the Societal Readiness Levels

This is a poor score at the implementation stage of your project (sorry!). But you're thinking about societal readiness, that's great. Use the SoRA Toolbox to improve.

Appropriation into everyday lives at a limited scale with demonstrable societal readiness and social good.

Demonstration of societal readiness and social good through experiment with the system and formative evaluation with stakeholders in expected conditions.

Societal readiness of elements evaluated with diverse stakeholders in test conditions.

Societal readiness of prototypes evaluated with diverse stakeholders, examining the range of dissent through dialogue.

Innovation-specific societal readiness has been discussed with a sub-set of stakeholders and addressed.

The innovation takes a socio-technical systems perspective.

A limited set of innovation-specific issues of societal readiness have been addressed.

Awareness of basic principles of societal readiness and social good.

Awareness of the need to address societal readiness and social good.

IMPLEMENTED

DEVELOPMENT

PLANNING


How to improve your SRL?

Your responses suggest that:

Click on the legend below the graph to see your score for each section with regard to Awareness, Ambition & Deliverability

Our recommendation

Use the SoRA Value Mapping and Co-design tools to deepen and broaden your efforts. Use the SoRA Creative Dissent tool to make the most of the diverse perspectives.
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SRL Self-assessment score breakdown

This section provides a breakdown of your assessment. Across all dimensions the highest score possible is 36, the lowest is 12. In each individual dimension the highest score is 9, the lowest is 3.

PART 1 - CARBON REDUCTION

Maximising carbon reduction through reducing the use of carbon intensive materials & enabling low-carbon practices.

Your results for this section:

Impressive!
We would love to hear more about how well you are doing. Would you like to share your experiences with our network? Please get in touch.
If you want to make the project even better, have a look over these Deeper Dive Questions.

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How informed is the project about carbon budgets? For example, the 2021 UN Climate Pathway for Transport suggests that passenger and freight transport should be completely decarbonised by 2050, and many national and local plans reflect this.
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How high does decarbonisation rank as a priority compared to other priorities in the project?
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How much actual reduction of carbon emissions does this project contribute to the 2021 UN Climate Pathway target for complete decarbonisation of transport by 2050?
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If you want to make the project even better, have a look over these Deeper Dive Questions.

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PART 2 - SOCIAL JUSTICE

Embedding consideration of equity, inclusion and fairness, engaging a wide range of stakeholder views in the project's design and development.

Your results for this section:

Inspirational! We would love to hear more about how well you are doing. Would you like to share your experiences with our network? Please get in touch.
If you want to check that there is nothing more to make it even more inclusive, have a look over our Deeper Dive Questions. Use the SoRA Facilitating Dialogue and Dissent tool to make the most of the diverse perspectives of your stakeholders.

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How comprehensively are stakeholders who might be affected (positively or negatively) considered?
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What level of active engagement with stakeholders has there been at this point?
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To what extent does the design concretely address the needs of all stakeholders?
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If you want to check that there is nothing more to make it even more inclusive, have a look over our Deeper Dive Questions. Use the SoRA Facilitating Dialogue and Dissent tool to make the most of the diverse perspectives of your stakeholders.

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PART 3 - SOCIAL IMPACT

Optimising the project's contribution to broader social, environmental and economic outcomes, such as democracy, transparency, accountability.

Your results for this section:

That is pretty remarkable – well done! We would love to hear more about how well you are doing. Would you like to share your experiences with our network? Please get in touch.
If you still want to improve, take a look at the SoRA Deeper Dive Questions, and the SoRA Visioning and Backcasting tools. Use the SoRA Facilitating Dialogue and Dissent tool to make the most of the diverse perspectives of your stakeholders.

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Projects inevitably have unexpected societal ripple effects. Decarbonising transport can bring co-benefits such as clean air and well-being, but also negative unanticipated consequences. For example, increased home-working can intensify worker surveillance. To what degree are co-benefits, unanticipated consequences, ethical or wider societal implications considered?
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How actively are potential societal co-benefits or harms explored?
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To what extent was the project adapted to maximise benefits or minimise harms?
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If you still want to improve, take a look at the SoRA Deeper Dive Questions, and the SoRA Visioning and Backcasting tools. Use the SoRA Facilitating Dialogue and Dissent tool to make the most of the diverse perspectives of your stakeholders.

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PART 4 - FIT FOR A DECARBONISED SOCIETY

Resonance with social practices that lead to decarbonisation and contribute to future ways of living in harmony with nature.

Your results for this section:

Your response suggests system design ambition and skill. Impressive!
We would love to hear more about how well you are doing. Would you like to share your experiences with our network? Please get in touch.
To push the project, combine SoRA co-design with ways of Facilitating Dialogue and Dissent.

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How does this project fit with social practices of low carbon lifestyles?
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How does the project align with relevant government policies?
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How desirable and easy is it for businesses and transport operators to implement the project?
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To push the project, combine SoRA co-design with ways of Facilitating Dialogue and Dissent.

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Read more about Societal Readiness and the research behind it.