The Climate Intervention Effectiveness Programme conducts analyses (and collects data) to help better inform global climate change mitigation efforts. CIEP is predominantly focused on two types of activities:
- Natural-experiment based analyses of the effectiveness of past mitigation efforts, frequently using satellite imagery to observe if a project achieved intended impacts, and
- Projects which seek to measure and map social vulnerability to the effects of a shifting climate.
Within this framework, geoLab students and practitioners have partnered with a range of organizations (including the Global Environment Facility, FAO, IFAD, and a number of NGOs) to implement replicable and quantitative models which provide insights into ongoing climate mitigation efforts.
The work described on this page was generously supported by the following organization(s):Jeffress Trust Awards Program in Interdisciplinary Research
International Fund for Agricultural Development
Global Environment Facility