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As of: January 2018

Ecosystems, Risk and Climate Adaptation


Objective and activities

The project will compile three studies on urgent topics in the interface between risk reduction and conservation and will release them at major international conferences. The series will look at 1) Coastal conservation and risk reduction, 2) River and floodplain conservation and risk reduction and 3) Fisheries, food security and climate change. Thus the project campaigns for ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) as an integral part of national and global efforts related to managing natural disasters and climate change. It advances the discussion on the importance and cost effectiveness of EbA and furthers ongoing efforts to link adaptation, risk reduction and biodiversity conservation.

State of implementation/results

  • Update of database has been completed; data on waves, reefs, mangroves, etc. published on maps.coastal-resilience.org and maps.oceanwealth.org
  • Forecast of seashores and survey on the conditions of coral reefs were completed.
  • A global model on coral reef has been completed. Currently, the project works on a model on mangroves.
  • August 2017: Technical report "Valuing Protective Services of Mangroves in the Philippines" has been published.

Project data

Country:
worldwide

Implementing organisation:
The Nature Conservancy (TNC)

BMUB grant:
€ 591,000.15

Duration:
03/2016 till 09/2018

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