The Monitoring and Evaluating
Climate Communication and Education Project

The Project

The MECCE Project is  an ambitious international research partnership of over 100 leading scholars and agencies. Our goal is to advance global climate literacy and action through improving the quality and quantity of climate change education, training, and public awareness.

Funded Case Studies Call for Proposals

We are funding our second cohort of Case Studies! The Case Studies of quality climate change communication and education (CCE) initiatives are informing understandings of CCE policy and/or practice across sectors and in settings around the world. Successful proposals will receive up to CAD $10,000 to conduct their research.

#MECCE @ COP27

Our MECCE Project contacts in Sharm El-Sheikh are Dr. Aaron Benavot, Indicator Development Lead,  Ms. Nicola Chopin, Project Manager,  Ms. Stefanie Mallow, Research Associate, and MECCE Partner Dr. Susie Ho, Monash University. Keep up with our delegation by following along on social media with #MECCE on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

Visit our #MECCE @ COP27 web page for all the latest details on our activities in Sharm El-Sheikh.

CCE Country Profiles

Created in partnership with UNESCO GEM Report, there are now 50 country profiles of national CCE/ACE activity. These provide insight on national CCE strategies, legal frameworks, budgets, and policy and programming. The profiles are validated by country experts, such as ACE Focal Points, and support policy coherence and peer learning through analysis of areas for policy prioritization to advance ACE progress.

The detailed country profiles offer a comparative perspective of country progress on ACE and Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Targets 4.7 and 13.3.

The 50 country profiles are now available on the MECCE Project and the GEM Report’s Profiles Enhancing Education Reviews (PEER) websites.

Global CCE Blog

The MECCE Project’s CCE blog focuses on emerging issues in climate communication  and education. We draw on our findings, as well as material from other projects and sources, to respond to the rapidly evolving policy environment and public discourse on climate communication and education.

Digital Library

The MECCE Project’s Digital Library is a multilingual open access repository for the projects materials, including policy briefs, factsheets, guidelines, infographics, reports, and videos

Regional Hubs

This network of interactive groups was designed to support regional collaboration, input, and action in relation to climate communication and education. The Regional Hubs are networking forums that both enable regional input into the Project, and offer opportunities for sharing and mobilising Project impacts. 

Global Monitoring Tools

These interactive open access tools offer users the ability to interact with and visualize the MECCE Project’s data. These data include global data indicators, 50 country profiles,  and case studies as well as other data platforms which governmental, intergovernmental, and civil society members can use to help track and target set on CCE in relation to their countries. 
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