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Economic, Social and Institutional (ESI) Indicators of Management Effectiveness. World Parks Congress 2003 Evaluating Management Effectiveness Session 2c: September 11 th 1400 - 1800. Why Focus on ESI Indicators?: Four Propositions for Consideration.

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economic social and institutional esi indicators of management effectiveness

Economic, Social and Institutional (ESI) Indicators of Management Effectiveness

World Parks Congress 2003

Evaluating Management Effectiveness

Session 2c: September 11th 1400 - 1800

why focus on esi indicators four propositions for consideration
Why Focus on ESI Indicators?:Four Propositions for Consideration
  • ESI (economic, social and institutional indicators) are typically not as well developed and not as commonly utilized as biological and physical indicators in protected area management
  • ESI monitoring and evaluation in protected areas is inadequately linked with ESI monitoring and evaluation “beyond the borders” – i.e. there is a need to better link protected area indicators with broader land/seascape level indicators
  • There is a lack of institutional capacity to properly utilize ESI indicators in protected area management and we need to engage more social science in both protected areas and land/seascape scale management
  • We urgently need to better integrate indicators and methods for measuring effectiveness across programs (conservation and development) so as to better understand protected area impacts and to gain insights into broader (regional/global trends/changes
session objectives
Session Objectives
  • Define scope and purpose(s) of ESI indicators
  • Examine how ESI indicators have evolved and used in assessment of management effectiveness inside protected areas
  • Describe tools and processes that allow ESI indicators to be better linked/integrated with other indicators of management effectiveness generally
  • Consider how ESI indicators inside PAs can be better linked with ESI measures beyond the boundaries
  • Define critical gaps in ESI indicators and their use and priorities for improvement of management effectiveness practice in relation to ESI indicators >>>> leading to recommendations to IUCN/WCPA ME program, Durban Accord + CBD
program overview
Program Overview

1400 Welcome/Overview – Dutton + Rieger

1410 ESI Overview - Dutton

1425 Parks in Peril – Rieger/Padilla

1500 Cambodia Overview - Vathana

1520 Forest Management - McKinnon

1540 Broads Experience - Green

1600 BP Experience - Herlugson

1620 Institutional Effectiveness – Flores/Moreno

1700 Participant Contributions + Discussion

1750 Recap and Close – Dutton/Rieger