Using the Open Standards and Miradi as a Funder The Marine Conservation Initiative Emily Goodwin Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation May 5, 2010. Sample Photo. Sample Photo. Goal:
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Using the Open Standards and Miradi as a Funder
The Marine Conservation Initiative
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
May 5, 2010
Measurable progress towards resilient and productive marine ecosystems in North America managed sustainably for current and future generations
Two Core Strategies:
Reforming Fisheries Management
Marine Spatial Planning
Our Old Theory of Change…
Leading indicators of the change in ecosystem state desired by Initiative.
Change in behavior orperformance of key actors.
Completion of necessary products, tools, services, changes in incentives, regulations, plans, knowledge, and capacity so that conservation actions occur.
Creating the Conditions for Change
Translation to Miradi
2008 – Good Catch Share Approved By Council
2011 – Regulations “On the Water”
2012 – Behavorial Change
2015 – Measurable Change in Fish Population
Capacity & Support for Council