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Good Practices

In this section you can find a database of case studies related to Ecosystem-based Adaptation. The aim is to collect, analyze and disseminate good practices that can be shared amongst developing countries.

You are welcome to contribute to this database and propose your EbA good practice case study, using the upload function on top of this page

9 search results
28 Sep 2016
Aquaculture is a water intensive activity. In the Lower Shire Basin, Malawi, fishing and fish farming are major sources of employment, income and food security for poor, rural...
17 Aug 2016
To address the nexus challenges of poverty, food insecurity, climate change and ecosystem degradation in Zambezi basin, Mozambique, this UN Environment-funded project promoted the...
© Chunli Zhang
21 Dec 2015
In the project 'Water supplement for wetlands in the Yellow River Delta', the Yellow River Delta National Nature Reserves Administration, in collaboration with project...
Photograph by Nicholas Tye
19 Oct 2015
The majority of rural Cambodians are reliant on traditional livelihood practices that include subsistence-based agriculture, fishing and other livelihoods based on ecosystem goods...
By Shahnoor Habib Munmun
9 Oct 2015
In the LDCF-funded project "Community-based adaptation to climate change through coastal afforestation", the Government of Bangladesh implemented multiple climate change...
Adapted from NASA Earth Observatory satellite imagery
2 Jun 2015
The objective of the Great Green Wall Initiative (GGWI) is to provide people living in drylands, including nomadic communities, with additional livelihoods while enhancing their...
27 May 2015
Coastal areas around the world are vulnerable to climate change impacts. Green Coast is a community-based coastal ecosystem restoration programme implemented in Indonesia, Sri...
WWF - Viet Nam
21 May 2015
The rich natural capital endowment and ecosystem services in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) have continued to play a crucial role in supporting economic growth. Recognition...
13 Jan 2015
Over a period of more than 2,500 years, China constructed and maintained its Great Wall to repel invasions and control its borders. Despite stretching over more than 21,000 km,...
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