Studies

Earth-Eval has published five studies since its creation in 2008.

Evaluation of Adaptation to Climate Change from a Development Perspective

This report was commissioned by the GEF Evaluation Office (EO) as part of the GEF Evaluation Office International Conference on Evaluating Climate Change and Development (Alexandria, May 10th to 13th, 2008).

The aim is to present an overview of approaches relevant to the evaluation of climate change adaptation interventions and to identify main adaptation evaluation gaps.

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