4th EEEN Forum

Knowledge from Climate & Environment Policy Evaluation

Supporting the road from Paris to 2050

17-18 September 2015, Florence

Linking Knowledge with Action

Keynote Presentation given by Kai Lee, introduced by Andy Rowe, at the 2013 EEN Pacific Forum.

EEN LinkedIn Group

Join the discussion, read the latest news
and contact the EEN participants!

Chelimsky Checklist

Navigating evaluative complexity
in the age of Obama.

In a presentation at the 2010 Environmental
Evaluators Network forum, Eleanor Chelimsky
discussed a checklist used by the General
Accountability Office during her tenure
while planning evaluations.

Collaboration for Environmental Evidence

The Collaboration for Environmental Evidence is a partnership between scientists and managers working towards a sustainable global environment and the conservation of biodiversity.


Learn details like the ecological targets
being conserved, threats to these targets,
strategies being implemented and what
indicator measurements are showing
about progress towards achieving the
project objectives.

International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation

Does your professional organization want to be part of an international movement that aims to improve evaluation across the world?

The IOCE is an organization for evaluation networks and societies that is committed to building a worldwide evaluation community.

EEN Purpose

The purpose of the EEN is to advance the field of environmental evaluation through more systematic and collective learning.

Conservation Registry

The Registry is an online, centralized database that records, tracks and maps on-the-ground conservation projects. Read the latest registry news, blogs and projects! Click here…

AEA Environmental Topical Interest Group

The EPE TIG welcomes presentations that relate to a variety of environmental themes. Read more…

European Evaluation Society

Promoting theory, practice and utilization of high quality evaluation especially, but not exclusively, within the European countries. Read more…

Discover the Power of Miradi

Miradi software has the potential to transform the practice of conservation. Read more…

Topical Interest Groups (TIGs) are a major component of the life of AEA members. Interested in joining a TIG specific to your field or research?

Optimizing State and Municipal Program Evaluations: Image-ining How to Remove Barriers

Day 2: Sept 23, 2013 • 1:15pm • Greenhouse By Veronica Smith, data2insight LLC; Alison... Read More ››

Measuring Habitat and Biodiversity Outcomes

Day 2: Sept 23, 2013 • 1:15pm • Great Hall By Sara Vickerman Measuring habitat... Read More ››

The Convergence of Evaluation and Organizational Learning

Day 2: Sept 23, 2013 • 1:15pm • Ballard Hall Small Conference Room By Anna... Read More ››

Presenting Data Effectively

Day 2: Sept 23, 2013 • 12:30pm • Great Hall By Stephanie Evergreen In... Read More ››

Sustaining Complexity by Evaluating Expertise Networks: A Case Study from a Driftless Area Landscape

Day 2: Sept 23, 2013 • 10:45am • Ballard Hall Small Conference Room By... Read More ››

Evaluating Fishery Performance

Summary comments from this 2012 EEN session will be posted soon. In the meantime,... Read More ››

Fidelity Confounds in Experimental Design

Led by Jonathan Tunik Mr. Tunk began with discussing his work with a large... Read More ››

Low Cost No Cost Tech Tools

By Susan Kistler bit.ly/MESItools The tools include: official seals, color pickers (matcher), bitly (URL... Read More ››

Climate Change Evaluation

Led by Anna Williams and Kim Penn Mitigation – What methods? BHAG – big... Read More ››

Environmental Education: Aggregating what we know into transferable knowledge

Led by Abigail Burrows Environmental Education in different entities, ranging from businesses, government agencies,... Read More ››