James shares two case studies related to evaluating conflict and climate change adaptation strategies. Through these case studies we explore relevant indicators/approaches to assess progress towards the harder to measure longer outcomes (such as resilience, adaptation, etc.) through stakeholder participatory approaches.
As preparation for the session please feel free to check out this video related to Climate Adaptation Strategies for Rural Livelihoods in Indonesia. James will be sharing insights on how the team evaluated progress in their programs. Please also read the following three publications that share more details on these case studies and the approaches.
- Butler et al. (2016) Priming adaptation pathways through adaptive
co-management: Design and evaluation for developing
- Butler et al. (2015) Evaluating adaptive co-management as conservation conflict resolution: Learning from seals and salmon
- Cox et al. (2020) The ebb and flow of adaptive co-management: A longitudinal evaluation of a conservation conflict
Session 3.1: Background to conservation conflict MEL
Session 3.2: Discussion on indicators
Session 3.3: Feedback and final discussion