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Monitoring, Reporting and Evaluation of national level adaptation in Europe: Lessons and experiences from other policy domains (2017)

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National level monitoring, reporting and evaluation (MRE) of climate change adaptation is a topic of growing interest to policymakers, researchers and practitioners across Europe. This paper highlights transferable lessons learned that may inform MRE practice for climate change adaptation from evaluation communities working in the sectors of biodiversity, adaptation and international development, and sustainability. Specifically, the aim of this working paper is to reveal insightful, inspirational and relevant perspectives for those working on MRE for adaptation in Europe, in particular at national level. The paper builds upon earlier work on this topic, including the purposes of MRE, issues of governance and stakeholder engagement, and methodological approaches.

 

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European Topic Centre on Climate Change impacts, vulnerability and Adaptation

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