Please join us to launch the Toolkit on Monitoring and Evaluation of Environmental Peacebuilding! The Toolkit is designed to help practitioners navigate the particular set of challenges faced when performing monitoring and evaluation at the intersection of environment, conflict, and peace. Developed by the Environmental Law Institute and the Environmental Peacebuilding Association with support from the United States Institute of Peace, the Toolkit offers an evidence-based framework with innovative tools and approaches to inform how practitioners design, monitor, evaluate, and learn from environmental peacebuilding interventions.
The Toolkit is the first to focus on monitoring and evaluating environmental peacebuilding interventions. It draws upon a wide range of literature and experiences across the peacebuilding, environment, and development fields, while focusing on the particular needs, challenges, and opportunities of environmental peacebuilding.
At the webinar, we will reflect on the motivations behind the Toolkit, introduce its components, and describe how the Toolkit can be adapted to your particular contexts and needs. We will also hear from several speakers on how the Toolkit can inform work in the environmental peacebuilding field.
- Carl Bruch, Director of International Programs, Environmental Law Institute
- Amanda Woomer, Co-Chair of the M&E Interest Group, Environmental Peacebuilding Association
- Shaadee Ahmadnia, Environmental Specialist Consultant, World Bank
- Ella Stack, Research Associate, Environmental Law Institute
- Tegan Blaine, Director of Climate, Environment & Conflict, United States Institute of Peace
- Juha Uitto, Director of the Independent Evaluation Office, Global Environment Facility
- Erica Key, Director of Future Earth US Global Hub