Evaluation of Unintended Consequences

2012 EEN Forum

Led by Jonny Morell

Being able to tell the future: Foreseeable vs. Unforeseeable events and how they are assessed: Problems involve how to frame the project question and that people don’t necessarily know what they want/how to ask or frame the question. Plans/next steps include developing flexible but calculated theories, developing program monitoring/logic modeling, studying past correlations, short term studies, and past life cycles, and utilizing data choices/retooling methodology.

Being able to evaluate unintended consequences in an environmental context: Solutions towards aiding these predicaments involve working with a diverse plan that involves multiple variables and models and working on a more local level.

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