February 5, 2015

Reflections on child-centered climate change adaptation in Southeast Asia

Children are often more vulnerable to impacts of climate change than adults. How can we generate recommendations for scaling (child-centred) climate change adaptation/resilience programming? ESSA’s senior climate change specialist Jimena Eyzaguirre worked with Plan International to evaluate a pilot project (4CA) in Southeast Asia (Indonesia, […]
January 19, 2015

Principles for Designing Environmental Monitoring Triggers

Designing effective monitoring programs can be a significant challenge. Monitoring programs need to consider three types of protection, protection from: 1) “finding” an effect that is not real (false positive – type I statistical error); 2) from missing a real effect (false negative – type […]