Evidentiary delivered a report based on findings from interviews with landholders and Local Land Service staff, along with a structured literature review to cross-confirm findings. There was strong correlation between the respondents’ experiences with the Act and the conclusions drawn from the literature review.read more
Evidentiary was asked to develop an evidence base and an evidence domain map for an example environmental account on landscape vegetation connectivity. The purpose of the brief was to demonstrate what an environmental account evidence base may look like, and how to go about developing one for environmental accounting purposes.
We undertook a review of the evidence in this area, with the review’s primary question being “What factors influence the effectiveness of financial incentives on long-term natural resource management practice change?”
In collaboration with the University of Canberra, the project compiled evidence to identify and assess particular ecosystem attributes expected to change in response to reductions in carp numbers such as native fish species diversity and abundance, aquatic flora, water quality, algal composition and biomass.read more
Evidentiary undertook a rigorous evidence based review of international literature on behaviors and motivations towards energy efficiency and conducted semi formal interviews with leading agency experts in energy efficiency policy and programs.read more
The question to answer was “What are the benefits to landholders of adopting riparian works?” In answering this question we developed an evidence based cause and effect model of the factors and benefits influencing landholders in adopting riparian works.read more