Measure What Matters NH
CLIMATE & ENERGY • ENVIRONMENT • WORKERS • COMMUNITY • GOVERNANCE • DIVERSITY & INCLUSION
The deadline to submit your 2022 Survey is 12/31/2022!
Have Questions? Need more information? Want to know more about MWM?
Watch our FAQs video with organizations that have submitted MWM.
Wondering how to measure your impact?
Through setting goals and measuring progress, NH businesses can take a directed and effective approach to reaching greater sustainability. Tools that allow organizations to assess their impact, hone in on areas of improvement and mark their progress provide the information companies need to expand and amplify their sustainability efforts.
Measure What Matters NH builds on an understanding of where sustainability opportunities lie within your company and what are most important to meet your goals. MWM NH provides multiple options to encourage sustainability progress wherever you are in your efforts. Members can start with the MWM 101 survey, which provides a simple survey to gain insights into the potential. Those interested in an assessment can access B Lab's free Impact Assessments. MWM NH provides "boots on the ground" with webinars and workshops designed to help members in the specific areas they are interested in improving upon, and a members' only Sustainable Resource Network.
Measure What Matters NH offers a clear and practical assessment tool NH businesses can use to benchmark their sustainability initiatives against industry standards, understand their own personal strengths and areas of challenge, and obtain both in-depth numerical and visually compelling reports on progress. Ultimately, Measure What Matters NH helps guide and support companies along their own personal sustainability journey.
How to get involved:
Watch a short presentation to learn about the Measure What Matters program and how it can help your company here.
Start with the MWM 101 Survey – updated for 2022! For a pdf version of the survey, click here.
• Only 50 required questions
• Sections on climate and energy, environment, workers, community, governance, and diversity and inclusion
• The survey allows you the opportunity to share stories about your successful initiatives (optional)
An aggregate white paper report will be provided to all respondents.
Customized reports with performance relative to the average performance of organizations in the region of similar size and custom recommendations will be provided to member organizations for free, and for a nominal fee of $250 for nonmembers.
Get involved with the MWM Sustainability Resource Network by indicating your interest on the survey.
Attend Measure What Matters webinars and workshops! Check out current opportunities!
Interested in becoming a certified B Corp? We partner with the University of New Hampshire Sustainability Institute on the B Impact Clinic. Student consulting teams can help you work through the certification process. Email us to get involved!
Thank you to our Measure What Matters Sponsors!
Interested in sponsoring Measure What Matters New Hampshire?
If you would like to learn about sponsorship opportunities, please see our sponsor packet here.