Workshop Trade-off Analysis - CGIAR_20 Feb 2013_Group discussion_Harmonization vs. diversity
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Workshop Trade-off Analysis - CGIAR_20 Feb 2013_Group discussion_Harmonization vs. diversity Workshop Trade-off Analysis - CGIAR_20 Feb 2013_Group discussion_Harmonization vs. diversity Presentation Transcript

  • HARMONIZATION VERSUS DIVERSITYALEX, SANTIAGO, MONIKA, KEN, MEINE, CHERYL, YIGEZU, TODD, LOTTE, BRUNO, PABLO
  • Propositions B: YesA: Yes, but…
  • External learning (academic) . . . . . . . . . Local learning (development)
  • SYSTEM PROPERTIES SYSTEM PROPERTIES + SPATIAL DETAIL Tradeoff at land use system level Opportunity cost at landcape scale opportunity cost, $/t CO2e, Slope indicates Emission reduction poten- Carbon stock, tC/Ha emissions per tial for given C price gain in $/ha I II e.g. ADSB reports e.g. ASB-II  Cumulative emissions reports of 2007/8 1990’s NPV, $/Ha SYSTEM PROP. + SPATIAL + PEOPLEFour levels of analyzing opportunity costs Dynamic land use scenario modelAgents with C stockvariation in (increasing)resourcebase, moti- IIIvation, live-lihood stra- IV Rural income  Rural incometegies. (declining) (increasing)interactingwith rules C stock e.g. FALLOW& policies Agent-based land use change model (decreasing) scenarios SYSTEM PROP. SPATIAL PEOPLE
  • A: IndicatorsPRINCIPLES CRITERIA INDICATORS METRICS
  • Context + Mechanisms = Outcomes
  • BUFFER = 1 – variancewith/variance without
  • Evaluation Value of Agricultural Production Food (Grain) Self Sufficiency 100 Employment in Dry years generation Value of Agricultural production Food (Grain) Self 50 with low prices Sufficiency 0 Value of Agricultural Forage Self production in Dry years Sufficiency Value of Production Soil losses variation with prices Value of Production Biocide variation with rainfall sprayed Scenario 1.2 System 1 Scenario 1.3 System 2 (López-Ridaura, 2005)