A Review of the Monitoring and Evaluation Literature for Climate Change Adaptation

Turner, S, Moloney, S, Glover, A and Fuenfgeld, H 2014, A Review of the Monitoring and Evaluation Literature for Climate Change Adaptation, Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia


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Title of report A Review of the Monitoring and Evaluation Literature for Climate Change Adaptation
Author(s) Turner, S
Moloney, S
Glover, A
Fuenfgeld, H
Year of publication 2014
Publisher Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Subjects Urban Policy
Abstract/Summary "How Well Are We Adapting?" is a three year project developed and led by the Western Alliance for Greenhouse Action (WAGA); a partnership of councils from across Melbourne's Western Region. The aim of the project is to develop a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) framework to enable member councils to track and assess their climate change adaptation (CCA) performance in key service areas. This includes developing a set of indicators and best-practice tools for reporting to the community. As WAGA and its member Councils have each taken different approaches to developing their own climate change adaptation plans or risk assessments, it is important that they are monitored and evaluated to ensure they are effectively addressing identified climate risks, developing the necessary responses and continuously learning from and improving on actions and outcomes.
Commissioning body Western Alliance for Greenhouse Action (WAGA) and the Victorian Government
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