Three Principles for Evaluating Co-produced Climate Services


Researchers and practitioners have started to co-produce climate services to develop information that effectively supports climate change adaptation decision-making. Recent research shows a pressing need to better understand how to evaluate co-produced climate services, in particular their impact on policy and action. This thesis therefore proposes three principles, which outline methodological choices applicable when evaluating co-produced climate services: 1) Theory of Change methodology, 2) participatory evaluation, and 3) mix-methods with a focus on visual products.