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Evaluation of Interventions for Dealing with Residual Climate Risks

The evaluation of interventions for dealing with residual climate risks is part of the DEval evaluation of climate change adaptation interventions. Residual climate risks (also referred to as “residual risks”) are defined as climate risks that remain following climate protection (reduction) and adaptation. The object of evaluation here are interventions in the areas of risk pooling, risk sharing, risk prevention and transformative risk management. This part of the evaluation focuses on the relevance, effectiveness and impact of interventions for dealing with residual climate risks.


This part of the evaluation takes a formative, theory-building approach and contains a series of case studies. It performs document analyses, holds workshops and conducts qualitative interviews on the basis of a standardised, large-scale budget/company survey and flood modelling using geodata.


Portrait von Dr. Gerald Leppert
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Dr Gerald Leppert

Senior Evaluator - Team Leader

Phone: +49 (0)228 336907-968


[Translate to Englisch:] Portrait Sven Harten
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Dr Sven Harten

Head of Competence Centre for Evaluation Methodology / Deputy Director

Phone: +49 (0)228 336907-950


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