|Table 3: List of recommended socioeconomic indicators for bioenergy sustainability (derived from Dale et al. (2013) ).|
1FTE employment includes net new jobs created, plus jobs maintained that otherwise would have been lost, as a result of the system being assessed. |
2Conventional economic models can address long-term sustainability issues by extending the planning horizon, projecting as an infinite geometric series, or calculating with a low discount rate.
3Can be expanded to include non-market externalities (e.g., water quality, GHG emissions).
4A catastrophic event can be defined as an event or accident that has more than 10 human fatalities, affects an area greater than 1000 ha, or leads to extinction or extirpation of a species.
5For example this measure could be the percent of all social, economic and environmental indicators identified via stakeholder consultation or the percent of the 35 indicators listed here and in McBride et al.  for which relevant baseline, target, and performance data are reported and made available to the public on a timely basis (at least annually).