Evaluation for Climate Action Twitter chat

Evaluation for Climate Action Twitter chat


Join us on 10 March at 15:00 to 15:30 CET for a Twitter chat on Evaluation for Climate Action.

The chat aims to highlight the role of evaluation in providing evidence to climate change action and to talk about the key messages of our post COP26 dialogue summarized in the briefing note on the role of evaluation for climate action.

  1. Evaluation can play a key role in climate change negotiations
  2. Evaluation is the solution to impact washing: climate promises must be assessed for their true impact
  3. To save the planet, decision makers need to draw on the best evidence
  4. Common standards must be set to measure the progress of climate action

Read more about the post COP26 dialogue

The Twitter chat will be hosted by @Eval_Forward and co-hosted by @IFADEval, @WFP_Evaluation, @CAS_CGIAR and @EvalPartners


Q1: Why is evaluation important in climate change efforts?

Q2: What are the challenges in evaluating climate change impacts?

Q3: How can evaluators play a stronger role in climate negotiations?

Q4: What is the main contribution evaluation can bring to Climate Action? 


Follow the chat with #EvalChat