Measures help us to assess basic management questions across much of our conservation strategy portfolio:

  • What results are we holding ourselves accountable for and are we making progress?
  • Which interventions (A.K.A. strategies or actions) are working and which aren’t?
  • What are important social and economic impacts of our interventions?
  • Are we receiving an acceptable conservation return on our investments (ROI)?

These measures can assess interventions that are project-level, cross-cutting (those being implemented concurrently at multiple projects or programs within one organization) and a syntheses of those applied widely by many agencies and organizations (meta-analyses).

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