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  1. Framing and tracking 21st century climate adaptation
    Nick Brooks, Simon Anderson, Illari Aragon, Barry Smith, Tracy Kajumba, Emilie Beauchamp, Stefano d’Errico, Neha Rai
    Nov 2019, Working paper - IIED
  2. How bottom-up M&E insights can inform national adaptation planning and reporting
    Neha Rai, Simon Anderson
    Nov 2018, IIED Briefing - IIED
  3. How integrated monitoring and evaluation systems can help countries address climate impacts
    Nick Brooks, Neha Rai, Simon Anderson
    Aug 2018, IIED Briefing - IIED
  4. From climate risk to climate resilience
    Sam Barrett, Durton H. Nanja, Simon Anderson
    Dec 2017, Case study - IIED
  5. Evaluation: a missed opportunity in the SDGs’ first set of Voluntary National Reviews
    Benoit Simon, Wolfgang Meyer, Stefano D’Errico, Thomas Schwandt, Dorothy Lucks, Chen Zhaoying, Kassem El-​Saddik, Elisabeth Schneider, Lena Taube, Simon Anderson, Zenda Ofir
    May 2017, IIED Briefing - IIED
  6. Quasi-experimental methods
    Sam Barrett, Simon Anderson
    Mar 2017, Toolkit - IIED
  7. A better evidence philosophy for sustainable development
    Simon Anderson, Catherine Baker, Stefano D’Errico, Celie Manuel
    Mar 2017, Report/paper - IIED
  8. Planning and implementing climate change responses in the context of uncertainty
    Susannah Fisher, Ben Garside, Marissa Van Epp, David Dodman, Stefano D’Errico, Simon Anderson, Liz Carlile
    Dec 2016, Working paper - IIED
  9. Responding to climate change: UK international civil society organisations
    Stephanie Andrei, Simon Anderson
    Jan 2016, IIED Briefing - IIED
  10. A fair climate deal in Paris means adequate finance to deliver INDCs in LDCs
    Neha Rai, Marek Soanes, Andrew Norton, Simon Anderson, Paul Steele, Janna Tenzing, James MacGregor
    Nov 2015, IIED Briefing - IIED
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