Source of tools
Name of the tool
The context analysis
Where is tool available from
The tool is available (only in Danish) from the homepage of Dept. of Environment and Resources, DTU:
Contact person at DTU: Birgitte Hoffmann, BYG.DTU: email@example.com
Contact person at Hedeselskabet: Søren Gabriel: firstname.lastname@example.org
When was the tool produced
The context analysis was originally developed to support the assessment of sustainable wastewater systems in rural areas. Within the project the tool was developed through a number of different cases. This version was finished in 2000.
Since the tool has been developed to support the planning of urban ecological buildings. In at least two cases it has been used in the process of planning urban ecological housing in 2001.
Is support provided
Information and support can be provided by contacting the two contact persons Søren Gabriel or Birgitte Hoffmann (se above)
Organisation/s that developed the tool and country of origin
The tool was developed through a collaboration of two departments at the Danish Technical University and Hedeselskabet Consultancy. A number of representatives from cases and other relevant actors participated in the steering group of the project. The tool was tested through the use in a number of cases.
BYG.DTU, Technical University of Denmark, Building 118, DK-2800 Lyngby, Denmark.
Environment and Ressources, Technical University of Denmark, Building 115, DK-2800 Lyngby.
Hedeselskabet Consultancy. Ringstedvej 20, DK-4000 Roskilde.
Is the tool newly developed or based on an exisiting tool
The tool originally addressed the process of planning waste water treatment in the open land based on a contextual approach, integrating multiple criteria and the relevant stakeholders.
The tool can be used to support the analysis and decision and to integrate relevant stakeholders in the process. The principles can be used more or less systematic in other sectors and at different levels.
Cost of the full tool
The Context analysis is free to download