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Tipping the Scale: Measures that work for management in the Eastern New York (ENY) Chapter & Caribbean Challenge

Schuler, George

Here you will find a copy of the Measures Brownbag presentation given Wednesday, April 27th 2011 by George Schuler entitled, “Tipping the scale: Measures that work for management in the Eastern New York (ENY) Chapter and Caribbean Challenge.” George shares his experience working in ENY to create an innovative framework that harnesses information already gathered in the field into measures that answer the questions managers, leadership, program, project, operations, philanthropy and communications staff really want answers to. He also gives us a sneak peek into his ongoing Coda Global Fellowship with the Caribbean Challenge. You can also view a recording of his virtual presentation.

The Measures Brownbag series is occasional half-hour informal presentations on measures at work for conservation on-the-ground and in-the-water at The Nature Conservancy. Feel free to share this recording across the conservation practioner community. Other recorded Measures Brownbag presentations include: Rebecca Goldman (NASCA water funds) and Jay Odell (Bali marine). More information on The Nature Conservancy's Coda Global Fellows program can be found here.