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EASY-ECO Training on Strategic Environmental Assessment in Trento, Italy, 8-12 March 2010

We would like to announce that applications for the next training within the EASY-ECO series of events (European Conferences and Trainings Courses on Evaluation of Sustainability) are now open. Deadline for applications is 30 November 2009.
The training focuses on the theory and practice of evaluation of sustainable development, with a special focus on the instrument of Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA).
The online phase of the training, hosted by Research Institute for Managing Sustainability of the Vienna University of Economics and Business, will be held online from December 2009 to February 2010. The on-site phase of the training, hosted by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering  of the University of Trento, will be held on 8 – 12 March, 2010, in Trento, Italy. Both the online and on-site phase will be supported by leading evaluation thinkers and experienced trainers (Frans Leeuw, Thomas Widmer, Clive George, Wolfgang Meyer, Corrado Diamantini, Stefano Bagli and others).

EASY-ECO Trainings explore key elements in evaluation of sustainable development such as roles  of evaluation in the policy cycle, aproaches to evaluation, stages of evaluation, methods and techniques to conduct evaluation, and evaluation markets. After attending one of the trainings, participants will be able to conduct actual evaluation projects as full-fledged members of an evaluation team. In addition, the trainees will be embedded in a thematic network of leading scientists and practitioners.

The training is intended for young researchers and practitioners active in evaluation research or sustianable development. The cost of the training fee for the online phase is EUR 200 and for the on-site training EUR 250 (excluding travel and subsistence). EU-Grants are available for young researchers (with less than ten years research experience) to cover all costs (travel expenses, training fees, accommodation and living allowance). Details on the content and organization of the trainings as well as on the application procedure can be found at, or you can also contact the scientist-in-charge, Michal Sedlacko ( Please plan to fill in the online application form and send the application documents soon; the deadline for applications is 30 November 2009.

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DeGEval-Fachtagung Evaluation von Klimaschutzprogrammen

Informationen zur

DeGEval-Fachtagung Evaluation von Klimaschutzprogrammen
- Vergabe und Nutzung von Evaluationen u.a. im Bereich Energie

vom 06.06.2008 in Mainz.

Es nahmen 15 Personen aus folgenden Institutionen teil:
Bundesamt für Wirtschaft und Ausfuhrkontrolle, co2online gGmbH, e-fect hoffmann + scheffler gbr, ifeu-Institut, invent gGmbH, KEA - Klimaschutz- und Energieagentur Baden-Württemberg, Klaus Novy-Institut, Klima-Bündnis e.V., KMU Forschung Austria, Prognos AG, Sächsische Umweltministerium, TAURUS-Institut an der Universität Trier, ZEW GmbH



Dr. Hans-Peter Lorenzen:
Die DeGEval-Empfehlungen für Auftraggebende von Evaluationen (pdf-download 370 kb)

Dr. Stefan Rieder, interface politikstudien:
Erfahrungen mit der Evaluation von Klimaschutz in der Schweiz am Beispiel Energie 2000 (pdf-download 133 kb)

Erfahrungsaustausch und Diskussion:

Qualität und Nutzung von Evaluationen
Schritte zur besseren Vergabe und Nutzung von Evaluationen im Feld Klimaschutz.


Dr. Christoph Albrecht, Sächsisches Ministerium für Umwelt und Landwirtschaft, Dresden
Markus Duscha, ifeu - Institut für Energie und Umweltforschung GmbH, Heidelberg
Dirk Scheffler, Mitglied im Vorstand der DeGEval

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