Climate Change Compass is helping the UK's International Climate Finance (ICF) create better impact.
A four-year programme to help the UK Government monitor, evaluate and learn from ICF.
Compass ended in August 2020. This website was last updated in August 2020 and will no longer be updated.
Resources remain available
27-member team of researchers, communication specialists, and monitoring, evaluation, and learning experts.
Frequently asked questions
Who manages Compass?
A team of monitoring and evaluation specialists, researchers and climate experts, led by IMC Worldwide and Itad.
What is International Climate Finance?
UK ICF is a UK government commitment to support developing countries to respond to the challenges and opportunities of climate change. It is supporting investments in developing countries to help them achieve low carbon, climate resilient development that supports growth and reduces poverty.
Compass' primary audiences
UK government ICF programme managers, international partners and donors, developing country governments, delivery partners, civil society and private sector organisations.
Our primary activities?
We are helping to develop and refine ICF key performance indicators, and to gather evidence and learning through the conduct of portfolio evaluations to inform climate finance investments and policy.