For more than a decade, Environmental Incentives has leveraged our expertise in applying and building capacity to use the Conservation Standards to break down complex challenges, build stakeholder dialogue, and co-design solutions for biodiversity and development programming. In 2021, we proudly joined the Conservation Measures Partnership (CMP), a community of practice of conservation-oriented NGOs, government agencies, funders, and private businesses working collectively to improve conservation monitoring, measuring, and ultimately, impact.
Today, we’re pleased to share that EI’s Kelsey Schueler is joining the CMP Board. In this role, Kelsey will help to manage the day-to-day operations of the CMP, suggest new policies and activities, and act as a liaison with other institutions and organizations.
Said Ms. Schueler, “The Conservation Measures Partnership is leading the sector in improving evidence use and learning to strengthen biodiversity, conservation, and now climate change programming. This is a true community of practice—I’m continually impressed by the commitment to learning, sharing, and testing new models. It’s an honor to join the CMP Board and I look forward to contributing to stewarding CMP’s work to improve programming in the face of accelerating biodiversity loss and climate change.”