HOW WE WORK
OUR IMPACT FRAMEWORK
These are the principles that guide everything we do and how we do it
Banner image, Tiverton Farm manager, Tim Hill, releasing an Eastern Barred Bandicoot. Photo by Annette Ruzicka
The Odonata 7C's
Native vegetation conservation and regeneration produce better outcomes through creating corridors, through on site, greater region and statewide corridor contemplation and partner collaboration.
Implementing carbon mitigation and sequestration strategies, with a view to carbon positive outcomes and climate adaptation planning for heat mapping and solutions for other climate change impacts.
Focus on priority species to help inspire and focus attention, with the intention of supporting the ecosystems. This includes mammals, birds and insects.
We seek to work alongside Traditional Owners to find solutions that meet their needs. We believe that through collaboration on land-management we can help support self-determination outcomes.
Building and supporting community programs and inspiring communities, highlighting that there are solutions and opportunities to participate in projects.
Strategies to generate financial results that are in line with returns expected by investors for non-impact related investments and ensuring capital value is not depleted through the Odonata 7Cs' principles.
It is not wise to rely on capital appreciation alone and so we focus on cashflow opportunities and feasibility, including those through the emerging natural capital markets.
Our statement of intent
Odonata respects and honours Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions, living cultures and unceded connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to the lands and waters across Australia. We are committed to bringing the greatest good for the greatest number of people and Country, leaving no one behind.
Smoking ceremony at Tiverton Farm, held by Traditional Owners, Eastern Maar Aboriginal Coorperation. Photo by Annette Ruzicka