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Bibliography

Welcome to our interactive bibliography on Nature-based Solutions. Here you can explore publications on the role or use of biodiversity and ecosystems to 1) address impacts from climate change, 2) help store carbon or reduce carbon emissions, and 3) promote ecosystem-health in the context of climate change. Maps show numbers of publications focusing on different habitats, regions, the societal challenge that a nature-based solution is applicable to, and the broad type of NbS under study (NbS approach). Read the details of scope and methods used to build the bibliography.


Societal challenge  

Climate change adaptation: articles on NbS for socioeconomic and ecosystem adaptation to the short term hazards or long term impacts of climate change. Climate change mitigation: articles on NbS for carbon sequestration and storage. Disaster-risk reduction: articles on NbS to reduce the impacts of natural and climate change related disasters. Ecosystem health: articles on NbS to enhance the resilience or adaptive capacity of ecosystems, or to provide biodiversity co-benefits, explicitly in the context of climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction, or carbon sequestration. Food and water security: articles on NbS to address food and water security, or to provide food and water security co-benefits, explicitly in the context of climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction, or carbon sequestration. Human well-being: articles on NbS to human well-being (e.g. equity, poverty reduction, physical or mental health) or socio-economic development (e.g. economic impacts on specific sectors), or to provide wellbeing co-benefits, explicitly in the context of climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction, or carbon sequestration.

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