International Conservation Practice Welcomes Kathleen Flower, Senior Associate

  November 30, 2017      Renae Golden   Andrew Alexandrovich  

The International Conservation practice is thrilled to welcome Kathleen Flower, joining the team as a Senior Associate. She brings more than fifteen years of experience in the natural resource management field, with expertise in conservation, international development and capacity building. Kathleen has substantial work experience in North America, sub-Saharan Africa, and Southeast Asia. She has… Read more »

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What Do Declining Elephant Populations & Failed Hand Pumps Have in Common?

  August 28, 2017

More than you might think. The conservation and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sectors both face their share of challenges when it comes to sustainability. As the learning partner on the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Sustainable WASH Systems Initiative (SWS), Environmental Incentives is bringing our experience in the conservation sector here in the… Read more »

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How Do You Know Adaptive Management When You See It?

  February 23, 2017      Jeremy Sokulsky  

Environmental policies and programs that lack the ability to demonstrate results are at risk of losing financial and political support. Part of the problem is that programs that do not actively track progress, report results, and adapt as they learn become calcified: they fail to use learning to become more efficient and effective. While nearly... Read more » Continue Reading

USAID Releases Biodiversity Cross-Mission Learning Program Video

  December 14, 2016

We are proud to announce USAID’s new video called The Biodiversity Cross-Mission Learning Program. The concept for this video was a winning submission by Environmental Incentives from the 2015 Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting (CLA) Case Competition. The video highlights CLA in action through the Conservation Enterprises Cross-Mission Learning Program launched in 2015 by USAID/E3 Forestry and… Read more »

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