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SIF3: Salinity Investment Framework III

 

 

 Papers and reports on SIF3

The SIF3 framework in detail

Ridley AM and Pannell DJ (2005). SIF3: An investment framework for managing dryland salinity in Australia. SEA Working paper 1901. CRC for Plant-based Management of Dryland Salinity, University of Western Australia, Perth.

•  Updated version of Full paper in pdf (126K)  - version 42, with alterations to Tables 2 and 4.

•  Summary version (simple 2 pager in pdf)

Final report of CVCB-funded project on SIF3: Pannell, D., Ridley, A., Seymour, E., Marsh, S. and Wilkinson, R. (2008).Capacity building in regional NRM, Issues in prioritisation, planning and implementation of environmental works at the regional level, RIRDC Publication No 08/181 RIRDC Project No UWA-92A, RIRDC, Canberra, Full report (630K)

 

The next generation framework that goes beyond salinity:

•  INFFER: Investment Framework For Environmental Resources

 

The public benefits, private benefits framework behind SIF3

 

Pannell, D.J. (2008). Public benefits, private benefits, and policy intervention for land-use change for environmental benefits, Land Economics 84(2): 225-240.

 

•  See this and various other related documents here.

Journal articles

Ridley, A., and Pannell, D.J. (2005). The role of plants and plant-based R&D in managing dryland salinity in Australia, Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 45: 1341-1355.

•  If you or your organisation subscribes to the Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture you can access the paper at:
http://www.publish.csiro.au/paper/EA04153.htm (or non-subscribers can buy a copy on-line for A$25). Otherwise, email David.Pannell@uwa.edu.au to ask for a copy.

Ridley, A. and Pannell, D. (2005). An investment framework for managing dryland salinity in Australia, Farm Policy Journal 2(4): 39-49.

•  Available to subscribers at the Farm Policy Journal site

Pannell, D.J. (2008). Public benefits, private benefits, and policy intervention for land-use change for environmental benefits, Land Economics 84(2): 225-240. Paper available here.

Pannell, D.J. (2009). Technology change as a policy response to promote changes in land management for environmental benefits, Agricultural Economics 40(1), 95-102. Prepublication version: here (117K pdf file). Journal version available to subscribers here.

Roberts, A. and Pannell, D. (2009) Piloting a systematic framework for public investment in regional natural resource management: dryland salinity in Australia, Land Use Policy (forthcoming). Full paper (270K) · Journal version on-line

Pannell, D.J. and Roberts, A.M. (2009). Conducting and delivering integrated research to influence land-use policy: salinity policy in Australia, Environmental Science and Policy (forthcoming). Full paper (94K) · Journal version on-line

Seymour, E., Pannell, D., Ridley, A., Marsh, S. and Wilkinson, R. (2008) Decision making by catchment management organisations in Australia: current processes and capacity gaps, Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 15, 15-25.

Journal articles in preparation or in review

Pannell, D.J. and Wilkinson, R. (2009). Policy mechanism choice for environmental management by non-commercial “lifestyle” rural landholders. For Ecological Economics (reviewed and under revision).

Wilkinson, R. (2008). Tailoring salinity investment to the social needs of lifestyle landholders, for Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension (in preparation).

SIF3 Working Papers

Pannell, D.J. (2006). Public benefits, private benefits, and the choice of policy tool for land-use change, SIF3 Working Paper 0601, CRC for Plant-Based Management of Dryland Salinity, Perth. Full paper (150K)

Ridley, A.M. and Pannell, D.J. (2006). Preliminary recommendations for priority investments in dryland salinity for the North Central CMA: Overview, SIF3 Working Paper 0602, CRC for Plant-Based Management of Dryland Salinity, Perth. Full paper (126K)

Ridley, A.M. and Pannell, D.J. (2006). Draft recommendations for priority investments in dryland salinity for the North Central CMA from community identified priority areas, SIF3 Working Paper 0603, CRC for Plant-Based Management of Dryland Salinity, Perth. Full paper (96K)

Seymour, E., Pannell, D., Ridley, A., Marsh, S., and Wilkinson, R. (2007). "Capacity needs for technical analysis and decision making within Australian catchment management organisations", SIF3 Working Paper 0702, Future Farm Industries CRC, Perth. Full paper (404K)

Seymour, E., Marsh, S., Pannell, D., Ridley, A., and Wilkinson, R. (2007). "Exploring needs to build capacity for Natural Resource Management in the South Coast region of Western Australia", SIF3 Working Paper 0703, Future Farm Industries CRC, Perth. Full paper (478K)

Wilkinson, R. (2007). "Social issues in asset-based management of dryland salinity: Case studies of commercial and lifestyle landholders in North Central Victoria and the South Coast of Western Australia", SIF3 Working Paper 0704, Future Farm Industries CRC, Perth. Full paper (472K pdf)

Seymour, E., Marsh, S., Pannell, D., Ridley, A., and Wilkinson, R. (2007). "Exploring needs to build capacity for Natural Resource Management in the North Central region of Victoria", SIF3 Working Paper 0705, Future Farm Industries CRC, Perth. Full paper (426K)

Summary of results from CVCB project on capacities of regional NRM bodies for planning and prioritising their investments (2 page pdf file). (Based on working papers 0702, 0703 and 0705).

Ridley, A.M. and Pannell, D.J. (2007). SIF3: An investment framework for managing dryland salinity in Australia version 42, SIF3 Working Paper 0706, Future Farm Industries CRC, Perth. Full paper (126K) [This is an updated version of the original framework.]

Pannell, D.J. and Ridley, A.M. (2007). Preliminary recommendations for priority investments in dryland salinity for South Coast NRM, SIF3 Working Paper 0707, Future Farm Industries CRC, Perth.

Pannell, D., Ridley, A., Seymour, E., Marsh, S., and Wilkinson, R. (2007). Lessons and Implications from the SIF3 Project, SIF3 Working Paper 0708, Future Farm Industries CRC, Perth. Full paper (61K pdf)

Pannell, D.J. (2008). Public benefits, private benefits and policy mechanism choice for land-use change: technology change, INFFER Working Paper 0801, University of Western Australia. Full paper (117K pdf file)

Pannell, D.J. and Roberts, A.M. (2008). INFFER: Investment Framework For Environmental Resources, version 1, INFFER Working Paper 0802, University of Western Australia. 4 pager (54K pdf)

Pannell, D.J. and Roberts, A.M. (2008). Conducting and delivering integrated research to influence land-use policy: an Australian case study, INFFER Working Paper 0803, University of Western Australia. Full paper (94K)

Pannell, D.J. (2008). Environmental policy for environmental outcomes, INFFER Working Paper 0804, University of Western Australia, Perth. Full paper (41K)

Pannell, D.J. (2008). Public: private benefits framework version 3, INFFER Working Paper 0805, University of Western Australia. Here

Pannell, D.J. (2008). Experiences with alternative land, water and biodiversity policy approaches in Australia, INFFER Working Paper 0806, University of Western Australia. Full paper (41K html) Published as: Pannell, D.J. (2008). Experiences with alternative land, water and biodiversity policy approaches in Australia, In: Breath of Fresh Air, The Fraser Institute.

Pannell, D.J. and Wilkinson, R. (2008). Policy mechanism choice for environmental management by non-commercial “lifestyle” rural landholders, INFFER Working Paper 0807, University of Western Australia. Full paper (165K pdf)

Roberts, A.M. and Pannell, D.J. (2008). Piloting a systematic framework for public investment in regional natural resource management: dryland salinity in Australia, INFFER Working Paper 0808, University of Western Australia, Perth. Full paper (270K). (later published in Land Use Policy)

Pannell, D.J., Ridley, A., Seymour, E., Regan, P. and Gale, G. (2008). “Regional natural resource management arrangements for Australian states: structures, legislation and relationships to government agencies (September 2008)”, SIF3 Working Paper 0809, CRC for Plant-Based Management of Dryland Salinity, Perth. paper (129k) (pdf file)

Conference papers related to SIF3

Pannell, D.J. and Ridley, A.M. (2008). Lessons from dryland salinity policy experience in Australia, Proceedings, 2nd International Salinity Forum: Salinity, Water and Society – Global Issues, Local Action, 31 March – 3 April 2008, Adelaide (CD-ROM). Paper (100K)

Ridley, A. and Pannell, D. (2008) Piloting a systematic framework (SIF3) for public investment in regional natural resource management in dryland salinity in Australia, Proceedings, 2nd International Salinity Forum: Salinity, Water and Society – Global Issues, Local Action, 31 March – 3 April 2008, Adelaide (CD-ROM). Paper (49K)

Alexander, J., Ridley, A. and Pannell, D. (2008). Victorian Catchment Management approaches to salinity investment, Proceedings, 2nd International Salinity Forum: Salinity, Water and Society – Global Issues, Local Action, 31 March – 3 April 2008, Adelaide (CD-ROM). Paper (34K)

Park, G., Alexander, J., Ridley, A. and Pannell, D. (2008). Transforming Planning and Practice for Regional Natural Resource Management: Lessons from SIF3 in North Central Victoria, Proceedings, 2nd International Salinity Forum: Salinity, Water and Society – Global Issues, Local Action, 31 March – 3 April 2008, Adelaide (CD-ROM). Paper (45K)

Marsh, S., Seymour, E., Pannell, D., Ridley, A. and Wilkinson (2008) Capacity needs for effective NRM at the regional level: a case study of two catchment organizations, Proceedings, 2nd International Salinity Forum: Salinity, Water and Society – Global Issues, Local Action, 31 March – 3 April 2008, Adelaide (CD-ROM). Paper (32K)

Seymour, E., Pannell, D., Ridley, A., Marsh, S. and Wilkinson, R. (2008). Understanding the capacity of catchment organisations to make decisions about natural resource management in Australia, Proceedings, 2nd International Salinity Forum: Salinity, Water and Society – Global Issues, Local Action, 31 March – 3 April 2008, Adelaide (CD-ROM). Paper (42K)

Beverly, C., Ridley, A., Hocking, M. and Pannell, D. (2008). Protecting high-value assets from salinity in the Avon Richardson catchment, Australia, Proceedings, 2nd International Salinity Forum: Salinity, Water and Society – Global Issues, Local Action, 31 March – 3 April 2008, Adelaide (CD-ROM). Paper (51K)

Wilkinson, R. (2008). Tailoring salinity investment to the social needs of lifestyle landholders, Proceedings, 2nd International Salinity Forum: Salinity, Water and Society – Global Issues, Local Action, 31 March – 3 April 2008, Adelaide (CD-ROM). Paper (24K)

Discussion papers related to SIF3

•  Summary of results from CVCB project on capacities of regional NRM bodies for planning and prioritising their investments (2 page pdf file).

•  Technology development in regional NRM (4 page pdf file) discusses issues around level and spatial allocation of investment in technology development for sustainable land uses.

•  A new approach to public investment in dryland salinity - 2 pager (49K pdf file) outlining the need for a new approach, and illustrating results of SIF3 in North Central CMA region. 13 Feb 2007

•  Why a new approach to dryland salinity planning/investment is needed

•  Using incentives to buy land-use change in agriculture for environmental benefits

•  Using communication and education to encourage land-use change in agriculture for environmental benefits

•  Pursuing multiple outcomes in natural resource management programs

•  Linking research to policy

•  A market for biodiversity?

•  Regional environmental management 

•  Economic questions for environmental managers

•  Environmental stewardship payments

•  Future NRM policy programs in Australia

•  Environmental monitoring - why bother?

•  Farmers as “consumers” of nature conservation

•  Adoption of conservation practices: research and extension

•  Adoption of conservation practices: policy

•  Technology adoption phases

•  More effective NRM policies

•  Crisis? What crisis?  7 April 2008

•  Effective environmental policy  24 Mar 2008

•  New environment policy "Caring for our Country"  17 Mar 2008

•  The Landcare boom  3 Mar 2008

•  The policy zeitgeist  25 Feb 2008

•  Capacities of regional NRM bodies  21 Jan 2008

•  Scale in natural resource management  14 Jan 2008

•  Localised vs dispersed natural-resource assets  29 Oct 2007

•  Setting policy targets  27 Aug 2007

Other papers relevant to salinity policy

•  Salinity: new knowledge with big implications Full paper (19K)

•  Politics and dryland salinity Full paper (103K)

•  Dryland salinity: economic, scientific, social and policy dimensions Full paper (212K pdf file)

•  Comments on Channel 9's salinity exposι (28 May 2006)

•  Salinity economics and policy Summary 29 Nov 2005

•  David Pannell's salinity publications

•  Pannell, D.J., Marshall, G.R., Barr, N., Curtis, A., Vanclay, F. and Wilkinson, R.(2006). Understanding and promoting adoption of conservation practices by rural landholders. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 46(11): 1407-1424.

If you or your organisation subscribes to the Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture you can access the above paper at: http://www.publish.csiro.au/nid/72/paper/EA05037.htm (or non-subscribers can buy a copy on-line for A$25). Otherwise, email David.Pannell@uwa.edu.au to ask for a copy.  


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