Kenney question inspires Climate-Eval blog post

ESSIC researcher Melissa Kenney and her team recently hosted an informal meeting with Dennis Bours, a consultant for the Global Environment Facility’s (GEF) Independent Evaluation Office.  As the visit came to a close, Kenney asked Bours what he would do with 200 million US Dollars to improve the monitoring and evaluation of climate change adaptation and sustainable development.  Although he had some immediate thoughts, the intriguing question inspired Bours to pose the same question to a number of experts in the field.  Their responses ultimately became the body of a Climate Eval blog post aptly titled, “What Would You Do with 200 Million US Dollars?”