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NBS in-depth case study analysis of the characteristics of successful governance models

CollaboratorsBalsiger, Jörg
Number of pages171
Publication date2019-11

This deliverable (D5.1) provides a comparative overview of governance frameworks that have enabled the initiation, planning, design and implementation of NBS across three successful NBS cases: i) mitigating flood risk through the restoration of the Isar River in Munich, Germany; ii) halting deforestation and encouraging afforestation as measures to reduce flood/landslide risk in the Wolong Nature Reserve, China; and iii) reducing landslide risk with natural measures in Nocera Inferiore, Italy. All case studies address two main questions:

• How do public authorities and other stakeholders view the success of implemented NBS in terms of their main benefits and co-benefits?

• What pre-existing conditions (external to the project) and new and potentially innovative factors helped enable the NBS?

  • Nature-based solutions
  • Governance
  • Disaster risk reduction
  • Governance innovation
  • Natural hazards
  • Adaptation strategies
  • Climate adaptation
  • European Commission - PHUSICOS: 'According to nature' - solutions to reduce risk in mountain landscapes [776681]
Citation (ISO format)
MARTIN, Juliette et al. NBS in-depth case study analysis of the characteristics of successful governance models. 2019
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Report - Deliverable 5.1
  • PID : unige:173995

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