Blogs

We collect knowledge-rich blogs from evaluators and persons both within and without our community. These blogs offer writers the opportunity to narrate in less formal writing styles their personal evaluation experiences, capture evaluation findings in easy-to-understand ways while engaging the community with other relevant knowledge.

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Patrons and Partners in Climate Compatible Development: The Water Filter Story

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By: Jasmine Hyman, PhD Candidate, Yale University
On: Wednesday, Mar 18, 2015

This blog from Jasmine Hyman of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies explains how the distribution systems of climate-compatible development projects can have important effects on the project's long-term impact.

Independent evaluation of the Inter-American Development Bank’s work on climate change in Latin America and the Caribbean: 3 Main Takeaways

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By: Maria Paula Mendieta, Research Fellow, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
On: Tuesday, Mar 10, 2015

This blog from the Inter- American Development Bank Office of Evaluation and Oversight (OVE) gives an overview of takeaways of projects in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) and how they contributed to climate change mitigation and adaptation.

Hello from the new Climate-Eval moderator!

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By: Shanna Edberg, Moderator, Global Environment Facility
On: Monday, Mar 02, 2015
Hello to the Climate-Eval community! I wanted to introduce myself as the new moderator of Climate-Eval.

“Assessing Business Firms’ Climate Change Adaptation Responses and Contributions to Adaptive Capacity”

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By: Jose DiBella Contreras, Phd Researcher, King's College London
On: Wednesday, Feb 25, 2015

The PhD Researcher Jose DiBella gives in this blog insight into the intersection of business, climate change and spatial views of adaptive capacity. He furthermore explains how the recognition of interdependence of firms, workers and their families, and community come closer into focus, particularly in developing countries.

Signing off from Climate-Eval

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By: David Akana, Senior KM and Communication Specialist, African Development bank (AfDB)
On: Tuesday, Feb 10, 2015

On May 13, 2013, I boarded the “Climate-Eval Train” super motivated to make the most of a new professional journey that at the time was equally exciting as it was intimidating. Two years later, as I move on to another professional challenge, I am delighted to report that thanks to you we have made some progress in the evaluation of climate change.

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