This study analyzes the relationship between local benefits and global environment benefits in the GEF covering 132 GEF projects, including 18 field case studies.
This report on "Biodiversity Indicators for Monitoring GEF Programme Implementation and Impacts" was prepared for the Global Environment Facility (GEF) by staff of the World Conservation Monitoring Centre (WCMC). The work was commissioned by the GEF Monitoring and Evaluation Team.
The Program Study on International Waters 2005 had three major objectives: an assessment of the impacts and results of the IW Focal Area to the protection of transboundary water ecosystems; an assessment of the approaches, strategies, and tools by which results were achieved; and identification o
The climate change program study evaluates performance and results, and how results were achieved.
The objective of the Biodiversity Program Study is to provide the GEF Council, the GEF Secretariat and its Biodiversity Team, the GEF Biodiversity Task Force, and the general biodiversity community with an assessment of how the GEF Biodiversity Program is performing and recommendations on how to
This report presents the main findings of the GEF International Waters Program Study, conducted from August 2000 to February 2001.
This study was prepared as part of the Global Environment Facility Monitoring and Evaluation (GEF M&E) work program for 2002.
From 1991 to 2000, the GEF approved eight projects designed to stimulate markets for energy-efficient products—lights, refrigerators, industrial boilers, and building chillers—in 12 developing and transitional countries.