Hello everyone and thank you for this subject and for sharing your thoughts and approaches.
This is parallel to the discussions held last week by the francophone network for evaluation at the FIFE2021.
That said, I also believe that it is more an issue of méthodologies to bring out these aspects. Organisations usually set their policies to take into account environment and gender in programming and evaluation.
I also would like to share with you that as side event to the Mountain International Day, we organized a meeting around "the olive tree, the Mountain and the environment ". Main and first recommendation by participants was to consider multi-level social and landscape planning and analysis when talking about rural setting. This is because mountain conditions or results (almost) disappear when considering only the rural facet for development or evaluation.
Thus, one approach is to consider intersectional analysis for evaluation.