Monitoring, reporting and evaluation of adaptation at national level - Lessons from across Europe

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This is the online EIONET country consultation / review (15 September - 6 October 2015) of EEA draft technical report ‘Monitoring, reporting and evaluation of adaptation at national level - Lessons from across Europe’.

As a key EEA stakeholder I would appreciate if you could consider and review this draft and provide your comments on the information presented in the report regarding your country (particularly Chapter 2), the introductory chapters as well as Section 1. Please disregard any English-related comments as the report will be further copy-edited by an English-native speaker. The deadline for providing comments is 6 October 2015.

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If you wish to familiarise yourself with the report before accessing the online review platform, you may download a PDF version of it at the following link: Monitoring, reporting and evaluation of adaptation at national level - Lessons from across Europe

If you have any questions regarding the report please do not hesitate to get in contact with Stéphane Isoard (Stephane.Isoard@eea.europa.eu) or André Jol (Andre.Jol@eea.europa.eu)

Files attached to this consultation
Section Comments
Executive Summary (draft) 25
Objectives and intended users 0
Scope and outline of this report 4
Methodological approach 4
1. Setting the scene 1
1.1. Introduction 4
1.2. The roles and benefits of MRE of adaptation at national level 5
1.3. Why is MRE important at national level? 3
1.4. The challenges of MRE of adaptation 5
2. Lessons from across Europe 1
2.1. Drivers and purposes of MRE 64
2.2. Governance and participation 40
2.3. Methods 38
2.4. Application of MRE results for adaptation policy and practice 20
3. Looking ahead (to be drafted later) 1
References (draft) 0
Annexes 0