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Three free new ADB publications on monitoring and evaluation, climate change and development

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By: Andrew Zubiri, Content Moderator, Climate Investment Funds
On: Tuesday, Dec 13, 2011

The Asian Development Bank recently released its Fall 2011 publications catalogue. Here are three publications most related to M&E of climate change and development. The printed version of the publications is available for a fee, but I have searched the internet and found free downloadable copies. The publications' retail price and description are also below. 

Monitoring social and biodiversity impacts of REDD

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By: Andrew Zubiri, Content Moderator, Climate Investment Funds
On: Monday, Dec 12, 2011

We seldom cover topics on REDD here at Climate-Eval for its unique and complex nature as a mode of climate mitigation. For this reason, it has grown a life of itself, with its own issues, community of practitioners, approaches and monitoring systems.

Evaluating Climate Change Activities in Cities

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By: Sara Trab Nielsen, Climate Change Specialist, World Bank
On: Thursday, Dec 08, 2011
On December 4th, 2012, after two days of meetings running in parallel to COP17, 114 mayors from across the globe signed the Durban Adaptation Charter; a political commitment to strengthen local resilience to climate change.

Join us online in the GEF Evaluation Office COP17 side events

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By: Andrew Zubiri, Content Moderator, Climate Investment Funds
On: Saturday, Dec 03, 2011

Can’t come to Durban? Participate in a live webcast of the GEF Evaluation Office side event presentations using an internet-connected computer and a phone. At the end of the presentations, online participants will get the chance to ask questions via online chat.

Please read further below for details on how to join our two side events online.

Side Event 1: Adaptation in Practice: Evaluating innovative approaches

Monday, December 5, 2011
Room: Hex River
Time: 1:15 p.m. (Durban) / 11:15 a.m. (London) / 7:15 p.m. (Beijing) / 6:15 a.m...

Climate-Eval blogging live from Durban

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By: Andrew Zubiri, Content Moderator, Climate Investment Funds
On: Friday, Dec 02, 2011

My colleagues at the GEF Evaluation Office and I are here at the epicenter of climate change talks: Durban, South Africa. It is day 4 of the COP17, and Durban is starting to warm-up (literally, in some ways). We are four in our team who flew in to Durban, and now tapping away on our laptops, busy listing side events to attend, and of course preparing for our own side events on December 5 and 6.

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