7 Preliminary Lessons from the 2nd Climate-Eval Conference

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The 2nd Climate-Eval Conference on evaluating climate change and development was held last week in Washington DC. The conference aimed to create space for evaluation professionals and a selected group of policy makers and practitioners from north and south to collectively explore how different methods and approaches to evaluate climate change, sustainable development and natural resources management have worked, and how they can be improved to address new and emerging issues. 

In his blog, David Akana, one of the conference moderators, identifies seven preliminary lessons that were drawn from the conference. Other blogs published during the conference are also available.

Full details on the conference are available on its website.