Environmental Incentives
Environmental Incentives


Measure progress and demonstrate impact

How are you measuring success? Organizations often struggle to understand the effectiveness of their approach, or lack the information needed to adapt and improve along the way. With limited resources, knowing what to measure can be a challenge. Defining relevant, clear metrics allows you to measure progress towards your goals, adapt your approach, and demonstrate success.


Translate data into information

The number of metrics you can measure is seemingly endless. Get meaning from your data by defining metrics that are tied to program goals to inform your decision-making.

Coordinate activity towards desired outcomes

Well-defined metrics focus activities and organize diverse stakeholders to achieve common goals.

Know what is, and isn’t, working

Metrics are signposts along your way. With the right map, and the right metrics, you can adjust your path to success.


Performance Measures

Track progress towards your goal from project inception to completion, with the ability to course-correct along the way.

Crediting Protocols

Use metrics in a clear, defensible manner by equating them to a standard unit of measurement. Credits help programs to define targets and precisely measure results.

Habitat Quantification Tools

Communicate environmental outcomes in a way that is compelling and meaningful with standardized habitat evaluation measures.


Achieving Lake Tahoe Clarity

The Lake Clarity Crediting System organizes disparate actors around a common goal—ensuring Lake Tahoe retains its impressive clarity. Using a standardized credit representing pollutant load reduction, entities have flexibility to implement the most cost-effective actions to achieve lake clarity targets.

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Erik Anderson
Service Line Manager