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Eval13: Panel Session 504 - An Evaluation Agenda for USAID's Global Climate Change Initative

Project Leader Global Climate Change Monitoring and Evaluation Project Development and Training Services (dTS) Contact: MShapiro@OnlineDTS.com #EvaluationAgenda #GlobalClimateChange #2013Conference #USAID #GovernmentEvaluation #ClimateChange

GCCME AEA Evaluation Agenda 2013 10 29.ppt



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Eval13: Panel Session 667 - What does “Climate Change” Mean Anyway? Working with Respondents and Projects to Unpack Loaded Concepts

AEA Conference in Washington, DC 2013 Presentation by: Rees Warne DCOP/Field Evaluation Leader Global Climate Change Monitoring and Evaluation Development and Training Services (dTS) rwarne@onlinedts.com #GlobalClimateChange #ClimateChange #2013Conference

AEA - What Does Climate Change Mean Anyway - Rees Warne - dTS GCCME 2013 10 30.ppt


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Eval13: Panel Session 687 - The Challenges of Shocks, Variability, and Resilience in Evaluating Impact in Adaptation Projects

AEA Conference in Washington, DC 2013 Presentation by Marc Shapiro, Ph.D Project Leader Global Climate Change Monitoring and Evaluation Project Development and Training Services (dTS) #ClimateChange #2013Conference #AdaptationProjects #GlobalClimateChange #EvaluationImpact

GCCME AEA Adaptation Shocking 2013 10 18.ppt



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Global Campaigning, navigating complexity in multi-polar change processes

PowerPoint presentation of Oxfam America and Oxfam International climate change campaign Theory of Change diagrams, raising challenges of complexity - inter-dependencies and mutual accountability - that evaluation and strategic learning needs to grapple with

Watson AEA 2010.ppt


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Eval11 Session 633: Is the Footprint Rightly Measured? Challenges to evaluate environmental and social performance and impacts in private sector projects

The projects encompass a wide range of E&S risks and opportunities; pollution control and waste management, occupational health and safety, protection of biodiversity, global aspects -especially climate change-, and social aspects including community engagement, land acquisition, involuntary resettlement, indigenous people and cultural heritage, which clients should manage with their social and environmental management systems

Is the Environmental Footprint Rightly Measured (Nov 2011)3.ppt


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Eval 2013, Poster #78: Plans, Approaches, Needs, Context, & Reality: Meta-Evaluation of a Portfolio of External Climate Education Projects Funded by NASA

Given the context of climate change education, we also consider the units of analysis and units of change assessed across the portfolio, to determine the extent to which broader questions about community or stewardship behaviors are addressed by such a portfolio

Martin_AEA2013_Poster.pdf



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Characterizing California Electric Vehicle Consumer Segments

Slides from Evaluation 2016 session Abstract: California’s Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) is intended to contribute to plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) market development by making PEV purchases and leases more financially appealing for consumers who otherwise would not opt to acquire a...