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IUCN Publication

Cost and benefits of ecosystem based adaptation

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2016
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Synergies between climate mitigation and adaptation in forest landscape restoration

This study entailed extensive literature review of linkages between adaptation and mitigation at the global policy level, through analysis of relevant policies and protocols in the context of climate change in general and forest landscape restoration (FLR) in particular.

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2015
IUCN Publication

L'adaptation fondée sur les ecosystèmes : arguments economiques pour promouvoir les solutions fondées sur la nature en réponse au changement climatique

L'adaptation basée sur les ecosystèmes (AbE) intègre la biodiversité et les services écosystémiques dans un stratégie d'adaptation au changement climatique.

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2015
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Ecosystem based adaptation : knowledge gaps in making an economic case for investing in nature based solutions for climate change

Ecosystem-based adaptation (Eba) uses biodiversity and ecosystem services as part of a larger adaptation strategy to climate change.

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2015
IUCN Grey Literature

Nature based solutions for human resilience

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2014
IUCN Publication

Cambodia coastal situation analysis

The purpose of the current report is to provide baseline information to the project staff and partners, to facilitate subsequent working steps, such as stakeholder consultations, climate risk and vulnerability assessments, and the prioritisation of adaptation options.

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2011
IUCN Publication

Ecosystems, livelihoods and disasters : an integrated approach to disaster risk management

Vulnerability to natural disasters continues to increase, severely compromising the achievement of poverty alleviation goals in many developing countries. A more effective approach is needed to reduce the impacts of these disasters.

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2006