Impact Management

Analysis and Research

We deliver quantitative reports, analysis or advice, that helps you move your case forward

international network of experts

Any sustainable development strategy, plan or policy decision should start with profound research. Building on the strong analytical skills that define our team, we provide solid evidence and advice to our clients. This ranges from spatial to economic or financial analysis on subjects such as climate change adaptation or mitigation, biodiversity conservation and investments in sustainability.

Quantitative outcomes

We apply up-to-date scientific methodologies for quantitative and spatial modelling, fitted to the subject and goals of the project. We generate our own data or use third-party data that match our quality standards. Using sophisticated data processing methods and algorithms, we are able to handle big amounts of data from various sources.
We deliver quantitative reports, analysis or advice, that help our clients move their case forward.

Sharing expertise

We conduct research as part of our own projects, but we also work with partners, managing or supervising their analysis and research. We provide trainings and courses to organizations and individual practitioners to share our expertise on research methods and practice.

Analysis and research projects


MOVE – Facilitating Mapping and assessing the state of ecosystems and their services to support regional policy in OVerseas Europe: mobilizing stakeholders and pooling resources Wolfs Company is part of a consortium of 14 research

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How does natural capital contribute to SDGs?

Wolfs Company and Yabi Consultancy have recently been awarded a Microgrant from the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network to explore and monitor the contribution of ecosystem services to the achievement of SDGs in Aruba. This

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BAMGIRE Mali / Guinea

The BAMGIRE project was initiated by Wetlands International to support Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) in the Upper Niger Basin (UNB) and Inner Niger Delta (IND). Both sub-basins of the Niger River and the ecosystems

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