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Phase 1: Identify Challenges & Goals
Specify Planning Context. Define the scope to ensure a focus on significant conservation problems and the relevant geographies where those challenges will be addressed.
Conduct Situation Analysis. In close collaboration with key stakeholders, analyze evidence to describe current and predicted future situations to identify conservation targets, directly related human interests, threats, drivers, risks, and opportunities for creating change.
Draft Goal Statement. Specify the minimum change needed to contribute to desired systemic change, both for nature and directly connected outcomes for human well-being.
Share Advances in Knowledge Through Relevant Pathways. Identify the key lessons you have learned in the process of identifying challenges and goals, determine who needs or will use that knowledge, then document and disseminate appropriately.