Nature Navigator Handbook – Brochure

The new Nature Navigator handbook helps reduce risk with nature

 

Nature-based solutions (NbS) can be very effective in reducing disaster risk. They also provide numerous other benefits, such as food and water security, and are ideally suited to raise the resilience of vulnerable communities.

But what exactly are NbS? How can we identify the most effective solutions? And how are they implemented?

The Nature Navigator is a new handbook for disaster risk practitioners. It answers these questions (and many more), offers starter and advanced options, and comes with a rich toolkit.

 

It will be launched on 29th June 2022. Download Brochure below.

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