Publications + Resources

 

CI’s diverse team of experts knows that knowledge is power, particularly when it comes to managing our natural world in a smart, sustainable way. Explore our research and findings through the latest reports, peer-reviewed scientific papers, brochures, maps, books and other publications.

FEATURED PUBLICATIONS

Materials

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Metrics Program Summary 2014-2015

An overview of our work to develop, test and implement an institutional metrics framework of measurable indicators for monitoring and reporting

 

 

 

Metrics Factsheet with Dashboard

A brief summary of the program including an example of a national dashboard which visually illustrates

 

 

Metrics Postcard

A quick snapshot of the program.



CI Metrics: Insights from Cambodia

An overview of our work on metrics in Cambodia in which we refined and demonstrated the metrics framework at a national scale

 

 

 

 

Publications

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Impacts of nature conservation on human well-being.

Bottrill, M.C., S. Cheng, R. Garside, M. Holland, D. Roe, S. Wongbusarakum, J. Edmond and W.R. Turner. 2014 A systematic map protocol: Impacts of nature conservation on human well-being. Environmental Evidence. 3:16.

 

 

Commonalities and complementarities among approaches to conservation monitoring and evaluation.

Mascia, M.B., S.Pailler, M.L. Thieme, A.Rowe, M.C.Bottrill, F. Danielsen, J.Geldmann, R.Naidoo, A.S. Pullin, and N.D. Burgess. 2014. Commonalities and complementarities among approaches to conservation monitoring and evaluation. Biological Conservation. 169: 258-267.

 

 

Quantifying human well-being for sustainability research and policy.

Yang, W., M.C. McKinnon, and W.R. Turner. 2015. Quantifying human well-being for sustainability research and policy. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability.

 

 

 

 

 

Reports

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Monitoring natural capital and human well-being in Madagascar: National indicators for sustainable development/ Policy Report 2015

 

English version   /   French version

 

 

Monitoring natural capital and human well-being in Madagascar: A national demonstration of indicators for sustainable development / Technical Report 2015



Metrics for green growth in Cambodia: Demonstration of metrics for conservation and human well-being/ Technical Report 2015



Methods and strategies for monitoring selected non-forest habitats / Research Report 2015

 

 

 

 

 

Presentations

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METRICS: Measuring What Matters

An overview of the program aims, approach and initial results, presented at the World Parks Congress, November 2014 in Sydney, Australia.

 

 

Protected Area Networks & Ecosystem Services: Examples from Cambodia & Madagascar

Preliminary results from analyses examining the representativeness of different ecosystem services in existing protected areas networks in Cambodia and Madagascar. Presented at the World Parks Congress, November 2014 in Sydney, Australia.

 

 

Metrics Board Presentation

An overview on the latest progress on the program, presented to CI’s Executive Board in February 2015 and later shared at a CI all-staff meeting.

 

 

Metrics for Green Growth: A case study of national indicators for Cambodia

A summary of the methods and results for a demonstration of the framework in Cambodia. A preliminary version of this work was presented to representatives of the Government of Cambodia in June 2014.

 

 

Impacts of Conservation on Human Well-Being: Evidence, Implications and Priorities

Preliminary results from an evidence synthesis of empirical studies measuring the impact of nature conservation on human well-being, presented at the International Congress on Conservation Biology in Montpellier, France in August 2015.