For more than 50 years, Mathematica has been using evidence to shape decisions that improve public well-being. Today, with more than 1700 employee-owners operating around the world, we’re committed to shaping an equitable and just world in which evidence drives decisions for global impact. Explore below to learn how.
Improving Climate Adaptation—Is Measurement a Barrier?
A lack of clarity about which approach to take when measuring climate resilience is a barrier that needs to be overcome. In this webinar, a panel of experts discussed the leading approaches to resilience measurement, the analytical challenges and opportunities of these approaches, and tools available to those looking to implement such measures.Learn MOre
EVIDENCE AND INSIGHTS
Human Services Agencies Can Advance Environmental Justice
On this episode of Mathematica’s On the Evidence podcast, guests Shavana Howard, Michael A. Becketts, Tracy Wareing Evans, and Matt Stagner make the case for state and local human services agencies to play a central role in responding to climate change and advancing environmental justice.Learn More
Partners In Progress
Tulika A. Narayan
Vice President, Climate ChangeView Bio Page
Principal Researcher; Director of Wastewater ResearchView Bio Page
Vice President; Director of International ResearchView Bio Page
Senior Director, International Foundation and NGO PartnershipsView Bio Page
Senior Director, International Bilateral and Multilateral OrganizationsView Bio Page
Lama Hassoun Ayoub
Principal ResearcherView Bio Page
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