Climate finance: regulation, big business or collaborative action?

Naturvation researcher Helen Toxopeus joined the Climate Finance Conference in Paris to gain insight into the most innovative initiatives aimed to accelerate the financing of the UN SDGs & Paris Climate Agenda.

Life on the Edge?

Reflections on the growing interest in the urban challenge for nature and biodiversity within the international policy arena and its implications for sustainable urban futures.

Co-creating nature-based solutions

How knowledge brokers support Naturvation's transdisciplinary approach

What if animals designed our cities?

New thinking on the relation between nature and urban infrastructures at the 4S conference in Sydney, Australia.

Brazilian-EU cooperation to foster NBS

With Brazil aiming for a more holistic approach to the environment a dialogue with different sectors has been initiated  to improve the current management of natural resources and strengthen the uptake of nature-based solutions.

From nature-based solutions to nature-based innovation systems

Naturvation researchers Sander van der Jagt and Hade Dorst's paper nominated for best conference paper award at International Sustainability Transitions Conference

Taking green roofs to the next level: an inspiring example from Edinburgh

A bottom-up initiative in Edinburgh is successfully campaigning to improve the quality of green rooftops within the city centre to benefit local wildlife

How can plants fight drought in Cape Town?

Restoring indigenous shrubland in Cape Town can increase water supply and provide climate change adaptation benefits

Exploring rooftop gardens in Barcelona

How nature-based solutions can be part of social empowerment

There is no such thing as free… nature

Nature is all around us. And it can help us deal with some urban challenges. So, nature, welcome back to cities! But what is it worth?

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