Summary

Climate change impacts are already being felt around the world and they seriously threaten the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. With climate impacts playing out in endlessly varying combinations, policymakers need effective systems for learning what sort of adaptation works. This briefing shows how governments will need to think differently about how they monitor and evaluate their adaptation initiatives if they want to keep sustainable development on track.

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Publishing year
2018
Publisher
International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
Authors
Nick Brooks
Neha Rai
Simon Anderson
Type
Briefing
Areas
Monitoring and Evaluation
Sectors
Adaptation
Language
English
Climate Tagger
adaptations
climate change
climate change adaptation
climate change impacts
corporate reporting
global climate
international development
monitoring
monitoring and evaluation
program evaluations
risks
sustainable development
Sustainable Development Goals

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