Winners of 2016 Open Standards Case Study Competition

Ten excellent entries were received and narrowed down by the judges to five case studies, which were then voted on via crowd sourcing.

Congratulations go to case study competition winner, Twenty years and counting: adaptive management of Chimpanzee habitat in Tanzania by the Jane Goodall Institute, who have won a $2,000 travel gift, plus a year’s subscription to Miradi.

Second place by a whisker was Full cycle adaptive management in Australia’s arid rangelands by Bush Heritage Australia.

Winning third place was 25 years of adaptive management in the Cascade Head Preserve and Salmon River Watershed, Oregon USA by the Nature Conservancy.

Read the full announcement here.


One Response to “Winners of 2016 Open Standards Case Study Competition”

  1. Inspirational Exchanges at the Conservation Measures Partnership 2017 Members' Retreat - Conservation Coaches Network

    […] – including a presentation from Lilian Pintea, at Jane Goodall Institute (the winner of the Open Standards Adaptive Management Case Study Competition) about lessons learned from using the Open Standards to continuously adapt and improve community […]


Leave a Reply