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Title: Adopting nature-based solutions for flood risk reduction in Latin America
Authors: Ilieva, Lili
McQuistan, Colin
van Breda, Anita
Rodriguez, Ana Victoria
Guevara, Oscar
Cordero, Doris
Podvin, Rebecca
Renaud, Fabrice
Keywords: Flood Control
Flood Control::Disaster risk management, विपद् जोखिम व्यवस्थापन, Gestión del riesgo de desastre
Flood Control::Community based Disaster risk reduction, समुदायमा आधारित विपद् जोखिम व्यवस्थापन, Medidas de reducción de riesgos basadas en la comunidad
Flood Control::Ecosystem services, जीवपरिवृति पद्धतिका सेवाहरु, Servicios ecosistémicos
Issue Date: Dec-2018
Publisher: Practical Action
Abstract: Practical Action Latin America (Soluciones Prácticas), as part of the Zurich Flood Resilience Program, sought to collect evidence of examples using nature-based solutions for flood risk reduction in Latin America and convenes a platform for regional knowledge exchange and learning. This working document is a collaborative effort between WWF, IUCN and Practical Action as a result of the Latin America Regional Workshop entitled “Towards nature-based solutions: Green infrastructure for flood risk reduction”, that took place on 11-12 December 2017 in Lima, Peru. Based on the experiences presented at the workshop and the discussions held around them, this document provides key messages on the opportunities that nature-based solutions provide to address flood risk. It advocates for the need of adaptive governance as well as collaborative work to address flood-related challenges through responsible ecosystem management. In addition, the document seeks to facilitate knowledge generation and uptake at a regional scale to strengthen regional, national and local flood resilience.
URI: http://repo.floodalliance.net/jspui/handle/44111/2969
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