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Nature-Based Solutions for Disaster Risk Management (Vol. 2) : Fact Sheet (英语)

Nature-based Solutions (NBS) that strategically conserve or restore nature to support conventionally built infrastructure systems (also referred to as gray infrastructure) can reduce disaster risk and produce more resilient and lower-cost services in developing countries. In the disaster risk management (DRM) and water security sectors, NBS can be applied as green infrastructure strategies that work in harmony with gray infrastructure systems. NBS can also support community well-being, generate benefits for the environment, and make progress on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in ways that gray infrastructure systems alone cannot.Though NBS approaches have yet to be fully integrated into decision-making or to compel widespreadinvestment in developing countries, this is on the brink of change. Developing countries and theirpartners (including multilateral development banks and bilateral agencies) are increasingly utilizing NBS in DRM, as well as in water security, urban sustainability, and other development projects. The growing number of NBS projects offer lessons and insights to help mainstream NBS into development decision making. As more disaster risk managers understand and integrate well-designed NBS into DRM projects, more finance can be routed to nature-based projects that are cost-effective and resilient. With that goal in mind, the World Bank’s Nature-based Solutions Program aims to facilitate uptake of NBS in water management and DRM projects.

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  • 文件日期

    2022/05/30

  • 文件类型

    工作文件

  • 报告号

    134847

  • 卷号

    2

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • 国家

    世界,

  • 地区

    世界区域,

  • 发布日期

    2022/05/30

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • 文件名称

    Fact Sheet

  • 关键词

    integrated coastal zone management; urban flood; environment & natural resource; Nature-Based Solutions; information and communication technology; gully erosion; river flooding; climate change adaptation; Disaster Risk Reduction; disaster risk management; multilateral development bank; urban green space; other development; mangrove restoration; Water Security; infrastructure system; project plan; knowledge exchange; aggregate investment; Client Engagement; operational staff; flood risk; Social Protection; catchment area; urban wetlands; Coral Reef; coastal flood; land degradation; land management; built infrastructure; retention ponds; bilateral agency; mekong delta; natural hazard; modified ecosystems; floodplain management; climate resilience; sustainable livelihood; coastal wetland; Water Management; fact sheet; green infrastructure

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