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A few weeks ago I wrote a book review of Philip Eubanks' book titled The Troubled Rhetoric and Communication of Climate Change: The argumentative situation.
Evidence produced from research and evaluation plays an important role in shaping how we address international development challenges.
There is a steady stream of reports on using innovation to address climate change,
Planning for the impacts of climate change is a complex and challenging issue. Solutions can only be driven through informed decision-making and to date there is little evidence to suggest that this is occurring in any meaningful way in most of the cities around the world.
For the summer period I'll be posting a number of book reviews on Climate-Eval. This week, two books ended up on my desk, begging to be read.
Triple Objectives: Sustainable Development, Climate Change Mitigation, and Climate Change Adaptation
Rural communities throughout Latin America are increasingly suffering the impacts of climate change and few policies exist to he
Continuing its effort at the country level to measure climate vulnerability and measure readiness to accept adaptation investment, Notre Dame Global Adaptation Index (ND-GAIN) now starts down-scaling t
This blog was originally posted on BetterEvaluation by Simon Hearn and the original post can be found
Climate-Eval Good Practice Study on Principles for Indicator Development, Selection, and Use in Climate Change Adaptation Monitoring and Evaluation
It is with a sense of pride that I present to you the final report of the Climate-Eval Good Practice Study on Principles for Indicator Development, Selection, and Use in Climate Change Adaptation Mo
The concepts of "resilience", "adaptation" and "transformation" have captured the attention of the global policy community, and are being translated into aspirational goals that guide policy development.