CMP-CCNet Evaluation Results Available

In 2014, the Conservation Measures Partnership (CMP) and the Conservation Coaches Network (CCNet) jointly chartered an external evaluation to find out the extent to which their collective efforts have contributed to Results Based Management (RBM) in the conservation sector and to document lessons learned. The evaluation primarily looked at how CMP and CCNet have evolved and implemented strategic actions to develop and advance the adoption and practical use of the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation. The assessment covers 2002-2013 for CMP and 2009-2013 for CCNet.

Kent H. Redford, Archipelago Consulting; Mark W. Schwartz, University of California, Davis; and Kristin Hulvey, University of California, Davis completed their report in January of 2015.

Click here to read the main report.  Supporting information is available in more detailed appendices.

Also available: Summary of Key Findings and Recommendations and a Summary of Key Issues and Management Responses.

One Response to “CMP-CCNet Evaluation Results Available”

  1. ArtMoney

    Conservation work generates a great deal of information about what has worked, what has not worked, and why.  The field has a poor record of capturing and learning from this information which results in less effective conservation.  Documenting and synthesizing provides the opportunity to improve the practice of conservation.


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