Nature-based solutions refers to all actions that rely on ecosystems to respond to society's needs such as food security and disaster risk management (1). They refer to projects that help conserve the environment by creating habitats, reducing carbon emissions and restoring natural conditions.
SbNs can be used in combination. For example, to address problems associated with floods, landslides, or the preservation of water flows, conservation actions and ecological restoration of hydrographic basins can be implemented, combined with reforestation and ecosystem restoration practices.
Selecting the most appropriate NBS for a watershed requires contextual and benefit knowledge to determine their potential contribution.
Among the NBS that are managed in the water funds, there are (2):
• Restoration of habitats
• Agroforestry activities
• Forest protection
• Best Agricultural Practices
• Restoration of riparian vegetation
• Restoration and protection of wetlands
(2) Water fundsHide answer