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Selecting and communicating high level impact measures. DANIEL HAYDEN AND AMIELLE DEWAN RARE CCNET RALLY APRIL 2013. Rare’s primary approach to impact assessment. Reduction in illegal hunting. Increases in population size, . Reduced hunting pressure,.

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Selecting and communicating high

level impact measures

DANIEL HAYDEN AND AMIELLE DEWAN RARE CCNET RALLY APRIL 2013

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Rare’s primary approach to impact assessment

Reduction in illegal hunting

Increases in population size,

Reduced hunting pressure,

Implementation (and adoption) of barrier removal techniques

Knowledge, Attitudes and Conversations change

DANIEL HAYDEN AND AMIELLE DEWAN RARE CCNET RALLY APRIL 2013

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IC

BC

TR

A

K

BR

CR

Regional and Global Thematic Impact

Attitude

Knowledge

Behavior Change

Threat Reduction

Barrier Removal

Interpersonal communication

Conservation Result

  • Increase awareness of marine sanctuaries and their benefits

Willingness to sign an agreement on forest protection

Willingness stop poaching

  • Increase willingness to support marine sanctuaries in one year
  • Increase community discussion centers around benefits of protecting marine sanctuaries

Increase number of management committee who are local leaders

Increase in fishers who respect the marine sanctuary

Decrease in destructive fishing

Increase in fish abundance, fish density and live hard coral cover

DANIEL HAYDEN AND AMIELLE DEWAN RARE CCNET RALLY APRIL 2013

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How this Rolls Up to Program Level

DANIEL HAYDEN AND AMIELLE DEWAN RARE CCNET RALLY APRIL 2013

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Average % change (n=12)

450

433%

400

10%

point goal

350

300

Source: University of the Philippines-Marine Environment and Resources Foundation (MERF)

250

200

percent increase

163%

150

100

50

47%

average

38.8%

average

10.2%

0

-22%

-8%

average

-32%

-36%

-50

fish abundance

fish biomass

coral cover

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Some challenges in rolled up metrics and reporting

  • Thematic programs don’t solve everything: Significant differences in social and ecological conditions across sites/regions
  • Rolled up metrics not as meaningful (e.g. 433% increase)
  • Differences in baseline values drives relative impact
  • Use of global impact assessment metrics not (yet) used to drive management decisions
  • Expectations for conservation results and ability to attribute causality

DANIEL HAYDEN AND AMIELLE DEWAN RARE CCNET RALLY APRIL 2013

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Thank You

What’s Next?