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Dr David Nabarro Dec 9
The industrial food system is at the heart of biodiversity degradation, and so much more. But if redesigned, our food system can be the source of the climate-resilient solutions we need:
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Nature-based Solutions Initiative | Oxford Univ. 22h
Imp. new paper out "the state of nature+of the equitable distribution of nature's support is in serious decline. Only immediate transformation of global BAU economies + operations will sustain nature as we know it, and us, into the future"
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Salma Sabour Dec 9
When 5 artificial (moving) islands have been created in the Wadden Sea, no one expected that they will become an eco-haven teeming with wildlife in only a few years!
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Hannah Reid Dec 13
Replying to @Hereid2
The H2O:Source2Sea project uses to mitigate the impact of climate change on our river ecosystems. Woodlands provide flooding and climate regulation ecosystem services but here restoring the bog provides greater biodiversity and water flow regulation benefits
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IUCN Dec 13
Nature is giving us the means to combat both the causes and consequences of but we are not taking advantage of it. Our recent report on explains how we can use the amazing power of .
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EstherCAR Dec 7
is delivering the to be implemented in cities
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Dr David Nabarro Dec 7
enable people to access healthy and nutritious food, to benefit from green economic growth, to increase income, especially in rural areas, and to have livelihoods that are resilient to . It is time for !
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Marcus Collier Dec 6
Want to live longer? Surround yourself with plants
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Hannah Ferguson Dec 11
Available to pre-order Nature-Based Solutions to 21st Century Challenges by Robert C. Brears The book provides a review of nature-based solutions & their potential to address environmental challenges
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Nature4Climate Dec 12
underpin all UN — they support vital ecosystem services, biodiversity, access to fresh water, improved livelihoods, healthy diets and food security from sustainable food systems. Need proof? Explore our case studies:
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Lestari Capital Dec 12
A great piece on the rejuvenated and re-emergent carbon markets, new players, new voices and new perspectives. What was once a bacchanalia is now on the cutting edge of impact investing and the darling of . There are no NBSs without markets for them.
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Raúl Sánchez Dec 6
Excited to start talking about the in a few hours (14:15) Thanks for giving us this opportunity @CARTIFCFT
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CLEARINGHOUSE Dec 12
Bringing to the halls of ! Did you know? are one of the easiest for cities to implement to immediately take action in both their and plans.
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Laura Cussen Dec 11
UN Secretary General’s 10 priorities for climate change for the discussions during and after . The third is integrating solutions we hadn’t considered as closely in 2015 in Paris, especially those based on nature.
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Dev Khanna 20h
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Dev Khanna Dec 8
Get your home decorated with the living-lamp that has growing inside which power up the lamp through Via @InnovationStation
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Philip Newton Dec 7
I've just donated to with matched funding from Patagonia Action Works
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Nature4Climate Dec 9
offer a powerful line of defence against harmful environmental change; they provide viable ways to store and reduce carbon emissions by changing the way we protect, manage and restore our lands, waters and the ocean.
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Aitziber Egusquiza Dec 10
In open event talking about implementation models for .
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Jocelyne Sze Dec 13
New level of marketisation/neoliberalisation/gamification of supposed ? Not against tree-planting per se, just how/where/why it's done.
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