KNOCA actively collates and highlights existing and emerging knowledge and research on climate assemblies, as well as commissioning its own targeted knowledge development and exchange on critical aspects of the practice of climate assemblies. Our aim is to improve practice and policy making by translating knowledge and research into meaningful recommendations for action.
As well as producing specific guidance to improve the commissioning, design, implementation, impact and evaluation of climate assemblies, KNOCA also publishes Briefings that bring together emerging research on climate assemblies. If you are interested in converting any of your research into a Briefing, please contact us at email@example.com.
The following KNOCA Briefings capture emerging research and provide evidence-based recommendations.
How does the framing of climate change affect the conclusions reached in Climate Assemblies?
How can Climate Assemblies be integrated into the policy process?
How can the legitimacy and resonance of Climate Assemblies in wider society be ensured?
What is the impact and legacy of Climate Assemblies?
Approaches to Evaluation of Climate Assemblies
Governance Structures and Practices of Climate Assemblies
Attitudes of Climate Policy Actors towards Climate Assemblies
Designing the Follow-up to Climate Assemblies: Embedding Recommendations within the Public Administration
Knowledge Curation in Climate Assemblies: Selection and Presentation of Evidence
In April 2023 KNOCA published a special report on Climate assemblies: emerging trends, challenges and opportunities. The report draws lessons from the recent wave of climate assemblies and considers how they can improve their impact. Read more and download the report here.