Investing in People and Learning to Foster a Climate Resilient and Green Transition

Climate Classroom @ COP25 - Framework for Transformational Change


Based on the experience of the Climate Investment Funds’ Transformational Change Learning Partnership, this interactive session will engage the audience in the concept of transformational change, findings from recent studies on transformational change in several countries, how to design for transformation, and interest in future collaboration on this goal of realizing transformation to a more sustainable and prosperous future.


Joe Dickman is Senior Evaluation and Learning Specialist at the Climate Investment Funds.  Joe leads the CIF Evaluation and Learning Initiative, managing a large portfolio of studies and learning activities covering key topics in climate finance and drawing upon CIF experience in clean energy, energy access, sustainable forestry and climate resilience. Prior to joining the CIF, Joe was Deputy Director of Research, Evaluation and Learning at The MasterCard Foundation, and has previously led design, monitoring and evaluation activities for several non-governmental organizations, including Mercy Corps and CARE International. Joe also served as a United States Peace Corps Volunteer in Bolivia, and holds a Master’s in Public Affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University.  


Information about the Transformational Change Learning Partnership and the broader Climate Investment Funds Evaluation and Learning Initiative

Save the Date!

Our Climate Classroom will take place on Tuesday 10 December at 11.45 am at the SDG Pavillion in Hall 8 (see map here).