First climate-eval webinar on Theory of No Change

The webinar focused on the evaluation of mitigation projects in sectoral contexts as part of the meta-evaluation of mitigation study Dr. Wörlen is conducting. The preliminary findings of the study identified barriers to adopting sustainable energy options. From these barriers, Dr. Wörlen developed a project and barrier visualization tool (available here) to assist policy-makers in identifying and addressing gaps when designing sustainable energy policies. A Thailand Case Study was also presented to test and demonstrate the usefulness of the tool.

Participants were given the opportunity to raise questions and provide feedback after the presentation.

If you missed or want to review the webinar, the video recording (1 hour and 11 minutes) and the slideshow presentation are now available online.


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