Local governments are increasingly paying attention to other elements of community development work in order to build healthy communities, realizing that they cannot foster a strong economy in isolation from social and environmental factors.
One approach to development that addresses these issues is the “triple bottom line”,
a method that integrates three dimensions of performance:
social, environmental, and financial. Under the triple bottom line approach, growth and development should consider not only economic factors, but also social and environmental impacts of any initiative
Kansas City Missouri - Office of Environmental Quality
ODE to the Triple Bottom Line February 2019
Book - "The Multicapital Scorecard" 2017
Triple Bottom Line in local government - UNC December 2015
Ben & Jerry's Pilots the "Multicapital Scorecard" 2014
Triple Bottom Line Accounting: A Conceptual Expose 2013
Australian Capital Territory, Canberra, July 2012
The Triple Bottom Line: What Is It and How Does It Work?
Certified Triple Bottom Line
Center for Sustainable Organizations
Context-based sustainability (CBS)