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Tag: nature-based solutions to climate change
Integrating Technology and Nature-based Solutions for Coastal and Ocean Adaptation
Traditional climate adaptation strategies are not sufficient. New approaches that combine technology and nature-based solution are needed.
Do Forests Help in Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation?
Scientists use advanced computers global satellite data that goes back decades to quantify the forests' carbon sequestration figures.
Climate Resilience Needed in Southeast Asia
Climate change threatens Southeast Asian countries. A study features climate resilience suggestions for vulnerable countries.
Adapting to Floods by Creating “Sponge Cities” in China
Prof Kongjian Yu, after graduating from Harvard Univ. came back to China to create and design a "sponge city," an ecologically-based adaptation to flooding.
How Flooding in a Changing Climate and Urbanisation Presents Opportunities
Traditional approach to water and flood management treats water as a "problem" and so, engineer-led. A new approach sees water as a potential opportunity.
Climate Adaptation Learning from the Peruvian Blue-Green Infrastructure
This article cites Peru's ancient water irrigation practices as a blue-green infrastructure climate adaptation model for water scarcity and climate change.