Webinar on new developments in monitoring and evaluation (M&E)

On Tuesday, 10 December, the last webinar of 2013 will give an update on adaptation monitoring and evaluation (M&E). Come, listen and join the discussion! To participate, click on the link, enter your e-mail address and choose “attend in browser”.

Date: 10 December, 3 pm – 4:30 pm CET

Two guest speakers will share their expertise. First, Ms Christina Chan, Vice-Chair of the UNFCCC’s Adaptation Committee, will speak about results and insights from the Adaptation Committee’s workshop on M&E, conducted in September in Fiji, where progress indicators for adaptation were discussed.

Furthermore, Anne Hammill of the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) will present the first systematic overview and assessment of national adaptation M&E efforts, published jointly by GIZ and IISD (available online at AdaptationCommunity.net). The webinar will discuss current trends, good practice examples and a repository of adaptation indicators at the national level.

As always, the presentations will be followed by a detailed Q&A session.

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