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Three Reasons Why COP19 Matters to Evaluators

About this same time four years ago, publicity was awash with the historic Copenhagen climate change summit. Understandably, more than 100 Heads of State and government representatives had signed up to attend and everyone had heightened expectations: a legally binding climate deal.

Well as we all know, much did not go as expected and the world was left to grapple with the Copenhagen Accord which many observers described as ‘toothless’. Till this day, the outcome of that conference continues to divide international public opinion.

Revisiting 2013 AEA Conference

About a week ago, the global evaluation community was in Washington DC for the annual American Evaluation Association conference. As one of the largest voluntary organization of professional evaluators (VOPEs) in the world with a strong tradition of influencing evaluation theory and the future direction of the trade, the conference always attracts huge interests.


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