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Lessons from FAO forestry evaluations: what is being learned and to what extent is this reflected in decision making?

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By: Eoghan Molloy, Associate Evaluation Officer, FAO Office of Evaluation (OED)
On: Monday, Nov 13, 2017

Blog by Eoghan Molloy (Evaluation Specialist) and Serdar Bayryyev (Senior Evaluation Officer), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

FAO adopts new corporate Strategy following Climate Change evaluation recommendations

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By: Serdar Bayryyev, Senior Evaluation Officer, FAO Office of Evaluation (OED)
On: Tuesday, Oct 17, 2017

Blog by Serdar Bayryyev (Senior Evaluation Officer) and Eoghan Molloy (Evaluation Specialist), Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). 

Evaluating the Role of the Private Sector in a Changing Climate

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By: Baljit Wadhwa, Senior Evaluation Officer, GEF Independent Evaluation Office (GEF IEO)
On: Wednesday, Oct 04, 2017

In the run-up towards the GEF’s seventh replenishment period (GEF-7 starting in 2018), the Independent Evaluation Office of the GEF undertook an evaluation focused on the GEF’s private sector engagement. The study analyzes the environmental finance landscape, assesses the GEF’s private sector engagement activities, and provides recommendations for roles, instruments and tangible measures that the GEF could incorporate to strengthen its collaboration with the private sector. The evaluation is based on extensive desk research, a survey among 60 GEF stakeholders, and in-depth interviews.

Is The Paris Agreement on Shaky Legs? How to Ensure Successful Implementation

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By: Jonas Schoenefeld, Researcher & PhD candidate, Tu Darmstadt and University of East Anglia
On: Wednesday, Sep 20, 2017

Authors: Jonas Schoenefeld and Andy Jordan

What is needed to make the Paris Agreement a success? This blog post focuses on one of the most central but underappreciated elements – the periodic reviews of progress. States must of course make ambitious and credible contributions in the first place.  But if there is no system to ensure that they are monitored and...

Program evaluations of the LDCF and the SCCF

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By: Dennis Bours, Evaluation Officer, GEF Independent Evaluation Office (GEF IEO)
On: Wednesday, Sep 06, 2017

For those of you who haven’t heard of the LDCF and SCCF before; the Least Developed Countries Fund (LDCF) is a climate fund, established during the UNFCCC COP meeting in Marrakech in 2001, that focuses on - among other things - providing support to least developed countries’ (LDCs’) climate change adaptation efforts. The Special Climate Change Fund was established at the same time, and has a broader mandate.