BOSTON, Aug. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Architecture, planning, and preservation firm Goody Clancy (www.goodyclancy.com) is now Boston's first JUST organization. JUST is a voluntary disclosure and transparency platform created by the International Living Future Institute (https://living-future.org/just/) to measure social justice and equity in the workplace. JUST requires that participants like Goody Clancy disclose a range of organization- and employee-related metrics—data which is then publicly shared.
"Goody Clancy has a longstanding commitment to the principles of social justice and equity, both within our firm and through the work we do with our clients and their communities," says David Spillane, Goody Clancy President. "But becoming a JUST organization has added new rigor to our policies, required us to adopt clear metrics to measure our success, and allowed us to identify areas where we can and should do more. In sharing our commitments publicly, we're establishing a baseline on which we can build."
About Goody Clancy Goody Clancy is an award-winning Boston-based architecture, planning, and preservation firm serving educational, governmental, and private sector clients and communities nationwide. We combine creative passion and a spirit of exploration with deep expertise and a rich appreciation of context. Our focus on each client's defining purpose leads to work that is visually distinctive and socially innovative—and client relationships that have extended over decades.
About the International Living Future Institute The International Living Future Institute is an environmental NGO committed to catalyzing the transformation toward communities that are socially just, culturally rich and ecologically restorative. ILFI is premised on the belief that providing a compelling vision for the future is a fundamental requirement for reconciling humanity's relationship with the natural world. ILFI operates the Living Building Challenge, the built environment's most advanced performance standard, and Declare, an ingredients label for building materials. It houses the Cascadia Green Building Council and Ecotone Publishing.