Evaluation beyond 2015: Implications of the Climate Summit COP21 | Independent Evaluation Group

This year has seen three important global summits that will shape the development agenda leading up to 2030 – the Financing for Development summit, the Sustainable Development Goals summit, and the ongoing Climate Change Summit in Paris. The current discussions in Paris provide an opportunity to reflect on specific challenges for evaluation that arise from the COP21 agenda. Here we mean evaluation of development results, which is an assessment of the cost-effectiveness of the proposed interventions to reduce global carbon emissions and limit global warming to 2 degrees Celsius. Evaluation that is distinct from the monitoring and evaluation of data trends and necessary scientific inquiry into climate change measures

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