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Pluralistic evaluation framework published in Ecological Economics

Pluralistic evaluation framework published in Ecological Economics

Last month saw the publication of our paper outlining a new tool for evaluating policies and projects. This tool has been under development since my fellowship with CECAN in 2017-18, and its publication in the journal Ecological Economics is a milestone for our team.

UKES / CECAN Online Masterclass – Process Tracing

UKES / CECAN Online Masterclass – Process Tracing

Process Tracing is a method used to understand causal chains in single case analysis settings. It is the systematic analysis of contribution claims through explicit investigation of how pieces of evidence support or undermine a particular hypothesis or claim.

CECAN Webinar: Developing Systems Approaches in the Water Sector

CECAN Webinar: Developing Systems Approaches in the Water Sector

Tuesday 21st September 2021, 13:00 – 14:00 BST Presenter: Brendan Bromwich, Principal Engineer, Asset Management and Investment Planning, Mott MacDonald Webinar Overview: There is a consistent appeal for a systems approach to be applied to water and environmental...

Evaluation as a Pathway to Transformation for a Sustainable Future

Evaluation as a Pathway to Transformation for a Sustainable Future

In June 2021, the Sustainability Research & Innovation Congress 2021 (SRI2021) held a series of online workshops as part of its “Transformations Conference 2021: Enabling Positive Tipping Points”. This post shares the learning from one workshop, “Evaluation as a Pathway to Transformation for a Sustainable Future.”

The Participatory System Mapper, PRSM

The Participatory System Mapper, PRSM

CECAN has been developing a new app, called PRSM, which runs in a web browser and which helps groups of people collaboratively develop networks or ‘maps’ of policy and other systems online.