Our theory of change involves working simultaneously on building people’s skills (human capital) and institutional capacity (social capital) to effectively and sustainably manage environmental resources (natural capital).
We emphasize a process of learning and innovation to catalyse large scale upscaling and transformational change.
We work with partners across the government, the community, and businesses to mobilise resources needed for the development and promotion of innovations.
We maintain a balance between demand-led services and proactive engagement.
We work across scales, from local to global, while trying to maintain connectivity among processes across scales.
We harness practice-based reflections and deliberative processes across multiple actors as an engine for new knowledge and as sources of motivation for change.