Pia has over a decade’s practical experience implementing climate projects and programs with international development organisations. Her research is focused on questions of justice in the context of how the world’s most vulnerable are affected by climate change. Pia’s current research explores the political economy of the Green Climate Fund as a means of explaining its adaptation portfolio and the associated justice implications.
Treichel, P. 2020. “Why focus on children: a literature review of child-centred climate change adaptation approaches.” Australian Journal of Emergency Management. 35(2): 26-33.
Chong, J., Treichel, P., & Gero, A. 2017. “Evaluating Climate Change Adaptation in Practice: A Child-Centred, Community-Based Project in the Philippines.” In: Uitto, J., Puri, J., van den Berg, R. (eds) Evaluating Climate Change Action for Sustainable Development. Springer. 289-304.
Chong, J., Gero, A., & Treichel, P. 2015. “What indicates improved resilience to climate change? A learning and evaluative process developed from a child-centred, community-based project in the Philippines.” Monitoring and evaluation of climate change adaptation: A review of the landscape. New Directions for Evaluation, 147: 105–116.