With time rapidly disappearing to limit global heating to 1.5 degrees Celsius, scientists and decision makers agree that we urgently need more ambitious climate action. One of the key questions to emerge is: how can we go beyond incremental change and inertia, and aim instead for the transformation of our economies and societies? To achieve this transformational change, … [Read more...] about What is transformational change and how can we design a way of achieving it? This new toolkit is a start
Joe Dickman leads the Evaluation and Learning Initiative in the Climate Investment Funds (CIF), managing a large portfolio of studies and learning activities covering key topics in climate finance and drawing upon CIF experience in clean energy, energy access, sustainable forestry and climate resilience. Prior to joining the CIF, Joe was Deputy Director of Research, Evaluation and Learning at The MasterCard Foundation, and has previously led design, monitoring and evaluation activities for several non-governmental organizations, including Mercy Corps and CARE International. Joe also served as a United States Peace Corps Volunteer in Bolivia, and holds a Master’s in Public Affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University.