Biodiversity outcomes of nature-based solutions for adaptation in the Tropical AndesBolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela
South America is one of the most biologically diverse areas of the planet, however this diversity is threatened hugely by human activity and the changing climate. This project explores the outcomes of Nature-based Solutions for Adaptation upon biodiversity in the Tropical Andean region of South America and works towards building the evidence base of NbS for Adaptation. Using a combination of systematic reviews with of GIS mapping and on-the-ground fieldwork, the project is looking at how species and ecosystems are responding in areas in which NbS have been implemented.
Related Oxford programmes
- Oxford Martin School Biodiversity & Society