This paper was commissioned by the Our Land and Water National Science Challenge to test the hypothesis: ‘Co-innovation leads to high impact indicators.’
The Challenge had already made a clear commitment to deliver its outcomes using co-innovation approaches, involving stakeholders in design and implementation processes to help ensure results are representative, usable and deliver impact.
The research team reviewed existing indicator initiatives, assessed current approaches to the design and use of indicator sets, and explored the opportunity for co-innovation to guide the development and implementation of indicators for monitoring and evaluating land and water values.
This report was used as a discussion paper at the Oceania Ecosystems Services Forum in March 2017.
Think piece for Our Land and Water