Invitation to Join Climate Change ITIG

News Date: 

Friday, March 27, 2020

The International Program Evaluation Association (IDEAS) includes Thematic Interests Groups (ITIGS) on topics such as Climate Change, Evaluation Capacity Development, Gender and Equity, and more. Earth-Eval has been in contact with Climate Change ITIG, led by Christine Wörlen with support from Karolin Koelling, and we are excited to let you know the community is now active via Trello-Board. 

If interested in joining Climate Change ITIG, you can access Trello-Board with this invitation link (you will be prompted to create an account) which allows you to jump right in by commenting or adding content. Alternatively, you can find the board here under the reading-only link. When you decide that you would like to join the board, either use the invitation link above or you may contact Karolin directly.

With the Trello, Climate ITIG has provided opportunities for:

  • Working to implement their mission statement
  • Sharing documents and opening new discussion threads
  • Staying in touch with others.

You may also find more information by visiting the recent blogpost 'The Prague Global Assembly 2019 from the perspective of the Climate Change ITIG'.

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