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Sustainability Indicators Value for Management & Policy (Tim Reuwsaat & Jeanne Wade Evans)
Differences Jurisdictions Laws Uses Values Scales Changes over time Costs of doing business Budgets
Indicators Objective Verifiable Measurements Value Neutral Economic Social Ecological
Interpretation of Indicators Different mix Different weight All deserve consideration
Policy Change Example One Indicator: Acreage of land available for livestock grazing Decreasing Policy options: De-emphasize program or Open more acreage for this use
Policy Change Example Add an indicator: Acres of weeds occupying rangelands Increasing Policy Options: Increased funding for weed control Resultmore acres available for livestock grazing
Policy Change Indicator Add another indicator: Accessibility to rangelands for a variety of uses Decreasing Policy options: Re-define land adjustment prioritiesland exchanges ROW
Policies What indicators used How many indicators considered What combination of indicators Weight of ecological, social, and economic indicators Political scenario
Other Important Uses Monitoring Common techniques & protocols Focus research needs Workload priorities Funding Accountability Legal compliance
Summary Jointly developed reflect differing focus Mix of indicators Improve the rangeland debate Foundation for future policies
Location Monitoring Program in the Federal Courts
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The Collaborative Delphi
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