EcoShift was acknowledged for providing guidance and peer review for a new report from the Gold Standard Foundation and World Wildlife Fund Switzerland. The research report entitled The Real Value of Robust Climate Action: Impact Investment Far Greater Than Previously Understood aimed to monetize the environmental and socio-economic net benefits from Gold Standard projects and investments. The goal was not to value their portfolio of offsets and development projects per se, but to begin to understand the broader benefits associated with Gold Standard projects. EcoShift’s Dustin Mulvaney and Dimitry Gershenson were solicited for feedback because of their research on cookstove livelihood benefits in Honduras for Proyecto Mirador. EcoShift developed a standard methodology and analytical framework for Proyecto Mirador to evaluate the environmental, social, and economic impacts of a novel cookstove design for use in developing countries where there is widespread energy poverty.