The evaluation analysis method examines the systematic and transparent achievement of objects in political and administrative actions actions. Side effects are recorded and evaluated.
We evaluate both planned (ex-ante evaluation) and already implemented measures (ex-post evaluation) in the areas of environment, climate and sustainability policy in terms of their potential or actually achieved effects.
Based on our evaluation, we develop suggestions for improving the design or implementation mechanisms of the analyzed policies.
The IKI is active in three fields: promoting climate-friendly economies, fostering measures to adapt to the effects of climate change and ensuring the conservation and sustainable use of natural carbon reservoirs, reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation.
The National Climate Initiative (NKI) addresses consumers, industry and municipalities as well as social and cultural establishments. The Initiative supports programmes and provides backing for clusters of comparable projects and individual specific projects.
The aim of the Peer Challenger Report is to review the actual implementation of Germany’s sustainability goals and to improve the governance approaches of public and private actors regarding sustainable development.
The Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management ("Life Ministry") appointed an interdisciplinary group of independent experts to evaluate implementation activities under the Austrian Sustainability Strategy.