Thematic Paper 6 emphasises the need for more coordinated joint climate and biodiversity funding at the international and national levels and outlines examples of possible sources of finance.
Thematic Paper 5: From National to Local Implementation: A Collaborative, Multi-Level Effort to Achieve Joint Climate and Biodiversity Goals
Thematic Paper 5 makes the case for collaborative and inclusive multi-level governance systems to achieve joint climate and biodiversity goals.
Thematic Paper 4 analyses the role of good governance for integrated climate and biodiversity policy-making.
Thematic Paper 3: Nature-Based Solutions: An Approach for Joint Implementation of Climate and Biodiversity Commitments
Thematic Paper 3 unpacks the concept of Nature-based Solutions (NbS) as an approach for the joint implementation of climate and biodiversity commitments.
Thematic Paper 2: Linkages Between Biodiversity and Climate Change and the Role of Science-Policy-Practice Interfaces for Ensuring Coherent Policies and Actions
Thematic Paper 2 scrutinises the role of science-policy-practice interfaces for ensuring coherent biodiversity and climate change policies and actions.
Thematic Paper 1: Linkages and Synergies Between International Instruments on Biodiversity and Climate Change
Thematic Paper 1 explores linkages and synergies between international instruments on biodiversity and climate change under the CBD and the UNFCCC.
The Summary Paper contains key messages on legal, policy and science aspects and their implementation, covering Nature-based Solutions (NbS), governance, multilevel cooperation and finance.
There is an unprecedented interest in nature-based solutions for climate change mitigation and adaptation. But something very important is often missing from discussions of such solutions: the role of healthy soils. As habitats for plants and animals, as regulators of climate and water, and as the foundation of terrestrial ecosystems and the vast majority of our food production, soils are critical to all ecosystem services – including those that humans depend on for survival.
This guidebook aims to demonstrate the importance of sustainable soil management (SSM) for adaptation to climate change, biodiversity conservation and the achievement of long-term food security. By adopting nature-based solutions such as ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA), farmers can dramatically increase their productivity while adapting to climate risks.
O Guia para Monitoramento e Avaliação (M&A) de medidas de Adaptação baseada em Ecossistemas (AbE) fornece uma descrição detalhada do processo para planejamento e implementação de M&A e medição de seus resultados e a eficácia da intervenção para AbE aplicada.
Una recopilación de todas las publicaciones sobre la adaptación basada en los ecosistemas producidos por el proyecto global “Itegración de la AbE” (Mainstreaming EbA) financiado por BMU-IKI. En el documento encontrarás breves descripciones y enlaces, así como códigos QR para cada publicación. De esta manera, obtener una visión general de lo que está disponible y encontrar lo que necesita es más fácil y rápido. La lista se actualizará periódicamente con nuevas publicaciones.