CMP Conservation Audit Tool and Guidelines (Template)
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To use, make a copy of this and save to your own Google Drive
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Conservation Audit
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Guidelines & Tool
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Version 2.0, July 2018
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What are these guidelines and tool for? Assessing conservation programs against industry standard best design and adaptive management practices.
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Who are they for? Anyone involved in a conservation effort, including program managers, senior management, evaluators, strategic planners, coaches, and funders.
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When do you use them? At any time in the program cycle.
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Who and how is it done? You can do it, a team can do it, peers can do it and hired external agents can do it! As a desk study, face-to-face exercise, virtually or as a combination of approaches.
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Can I adapt these to my program's or
organization's specific terminology or needs?
This CMP product has been developed and shared as an 'Open Source' product under a Creative Commons License (see below). This material can thus be shared, repurposed, remixed and modified as needed, provided that you provide attribution to CMP as the source product and release any derivative products with a similar open source licence. The tool and guidelines have been locked to protect formatting and formulas. See the Instructions tab for guidance on unlocking and editing this workbook.
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How do I cite these guidelines and tool? This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Please cite this document as: O'Neill, E. and S.O'Connor. 2018. Conservation Audit Guidelines and Tool, v. 2.0. Conservation Measures Partnership.
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For CMP, Authored by:
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Elizabeth O'NeillSheila O'Connor
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Managing Director, EON Impact Consulting, LLCIndependent Consultant
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Colorado, USADevon, UK
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Current CMP Member Organizations:
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African Wildlife Foundation (AWF)National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF)
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Bush Heritage AustraliaNature Conservancy of Canada (NCC)
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Conservation International (CI)NatureServe
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Disney’s Animals, Science, and EnvironmentRare
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Foundations of Success (FOS)The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
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The Gordon and Betty Moore FoundationUS Agency for International Development (USAID)
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International Crane Foundation (ICF)US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)
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International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)Walton Family Foundation
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Jane Goodall Institute (JGI)Wildlife Conservation Network (WCN)
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Keith Campbell Foundation for the EnvironmentWildlife Conservation Society (WCS)
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The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable TrustWildTeam
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Margaret A. Cargill FoundationWWF
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For information regarding this protocol – or to provide comments on it – contact
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The Conservation Measures Partnership at audits@ConservationMeasures.org 
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