Tracking adaptation and measuring development (TAMD)
Simon works on gender equality issues in climate change – specifically the synergies possible among low carbon transitions and gender equality, and the gendered aspects of addressing climate loss and damage. Simon is a founding member of IIED’s gender equality champions network. His work includes ways to transform experiential learning of sustainable development into evidence for policy. He is exploring how to use realist approaches to learning at the interfaces of gender equality and universality.
Action-research on climate vulnerability and poverty eradication, gender equality, agro-ecology and policy analysis.
DFID: Central Research Department and Evaluation Department.
Imperial College: Centre for Development and Poverty Reduction.
Realist approaches to learning for sustainable development.
Blog, 23 October 2017
01 August 2018