There is burgeoning interest in nature-based solutions. But many communities doesn’t know what they are or how they work to mitigate socio-environmental issues.
A team from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the University of Georgia recently published “Nature-Based Solutions for Biodiversity,” a handbook that uses landscape architecture renderings to demonstrate how communities can use nature-based solutions to protect their communities while promoting biodiversity.
Contributors include affiliates Kyle McKay, Jon Calabria, Matthew Bilskie, James Byers and Brock Woodson. Support for the project was provided by N-EWN.
Check out the handbook here.