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Indonesia shares Building with Nature experience to accelerate climate adaptation

On November 19th, Indonesia showed itself as a pioneer in embracing the Building with Nature approach to help protect their eroding coastline. In a virtual […]

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In mangrove restoration, custom solutions trump one-size-fits-all approach

By Mark Hillsdon. Originally published on Mongabay. The loss of mangrove forests worldwide is slowing, except in Asia, where there’s been a massive increase in […]

Publication

Technical Guidelines ‘Associated Mangrove Aquaculture Farms’

This technical guideline discusses Associated Mangrove Aquaculture systems, in which part of an aquaculture pond is given up to make space for riverine mangroves. This […]

Blog

Which factors drive the evolution of mangrove coastlines?

To answer this question, a team of researchers conducted field experiments to gain understanding of the dynamics of mangrove systems. Their research took place in […]

Event

19 November: Webinar ‘Accelerating Adaptation through Building with Nature in Indonesia’

In this webinar we will discuss the highlights from 5 years of Building with Nature in Indonesia, and how this can serve as a lighthouse […]

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Webinar: ‘The road to successful Building with Nature projects’, 22 October. Register now!

Nature-based Solutions are a hot topic these days. Many agree that these solutions are the best way to counter the effects of climate change. But […]

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Technical Guidelines ‘Permeable Structures’

This technical guideline discusses the application of permeable structures as a close-to-nature and sustainable solution to increase sedimentation along eroded coastlines to allow re-colonisation of […]

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The world gets a first overview of mangrove health with Global Mangrove Watch

The world will get a much-needed overview of the state of its mangroves today as Global Mangrove Watch, a new, powerful remote sensing tool that […]

Blog

Wetland ecosystems – the primary sites for Building with Nature

Wetlands form natural buffers against impacts of sea level rise, floods and storms, and they are vital for water and food security and local livelihoods. […]

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Peatlands as part of the bigger climate picture

Peatlands may be one climate puzzle piece, but should we not be looking at the bigger picture? It is 2020, and the world is most […]