LESSONS LEARNED

By analyzing progress in implementing Near Term Actions, the Partnership is able to identify what worked, what didn’t, and make improvements based on these lessons learned. Partnership staff use these observations to improve the strategic planning of recovery efforts, especially in the development of the 2016 revision of the Action Agenda.

Action Agenda Report Card

We report on the status and funding of the Action Agenda’s Near Term Actions in the Action Agenda Report Card. This online tool allows users to find out more about specific actions, or groups of actions, with a range of helpful filters and search options. Visit the Action Agenda Report Card here.

Science Panel comments on implementation and Monitoring Program findings

The Science Panel is charged with advising the Partnership on the selection of performance indicators, providing input on implementation strategies, addressing information needs, and recommending scientific research priorities. In this capacity, the Science Panel supports the 2015 State of the Sound report as the best available information on progress toward implementing the Action Agenda and status of Vital Sign indicators. Learn more …

Building a better Action Agenda

Near Term Actions in the 2012 and 2014 Action Agendas were expected to be implemented in a 2- to 3-year time frame. However, most of the 2012 Action Agenda NTAs were not completed in 2 years, and more than 25 percent made insufficient or no progress at all. Learn more …

Funding strategies to advance Action Agenda priorities

The funding strategy report commissioned by the Ecosystem Coordination Board includes eight overarching recommendations that address the collective funding gap. Learn more …

BARRIERS TO IMPLEMENTATION AND RECOVERY

Analysis of NTA progress for the 2015 State of the Sound, and the Ecosystem Coordination Board’s Strategic Initiatives funding study, has reinforced our understanding that a lack of sufficient funding is a major barrier to implementation of the Action Agenda and Puget Sound recovery. In addition to significant funding constraints, the Partnership has identified an additional set of priority barriers that we must address to advance recovery. Learn more…

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