About SISC Metrics
Through multi-stakeholder collaboration, SISC has developed, refined and adopted eight Version 1.0 Working Metrics:
Applied Water Use Efficiency
Habitat and Biodiversity
Energy Use with GHG Translator
Soil Organic Matter
Simple Irrigation Efficiency
Read details about each of the individual Working Metrics here. And, if you would like to see a DATA Dictonary, which lists all data needed to complete each metric, you can see that HERE.
For an introduction to SISC metrics, listen to a Webinar Overview of SISC Metrics: A Dialogue with Potato Growers (scroll down to learn more or select an excerpt).
About the Webinars
"Overview of SISC Metrics" features a dialogue among SISC leadership and the Potato Sustainability Team, a group of potato processors and growers from the United States and Canada who are working to create a common platform for measuring stewardship across the potato supply. The Webinar is available in its entirety and in shorter excerpts:
Overview of SISC Metrics: A Dialogue with Potato Growers (53:42)
Introduction to Overview of SISC Metrics (06:50)
SISC Metrics: Applied Water Use Efficiency (05:27)
SISC Metrics: Nitrogen Use (15:12)
SISC Metrics: Phosphorous Use (08:21)
SISC Metrics: Soil Organic Matter (01:56)
Conclusion to Overview of SISC Metrics (06:40)
Host: John Keeling, Executive VP and CEO, National Potato Council; SISC Steering Committee Member
Presenter: Dana Gunders, Staff Scientist, NRDC; SISC Steering Committee Member
Thanks to John Keeling for sharing this discussion.