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Title: Nature based solutions for climate change, people and biodiversity
Author(s): Austin, William
Cohen, Francois
Coomes, David
Hanley, Nick
Lewis, Simon
Luque-Lora, Rogelio
Marchant, Rob
Naylor, Larissa
Queiros, Ana M
Savaresi, Annalisa
Seddon, Nathalie
Smith, Alison
Smith, Pete
Wheeler, Charlotte
Keywords: Climate change
Issue Date: Apr-2021
Date Deposited: 6-Sep-2021
Citation: Austin W, Cohen F, Coomes D, Hanley N, Lewis S, Luque-Lora R, Marchant R, Naylor L, Queiros AM, Savaresi A, Seddon N, Smith A, Smith P & Wheeler C (2021) Nature based solutions for climate change, people and biodiversity. University of Stirling. Stirling.
Abstract: Published ahead of the COP26 climate change conference in November, 202021, Dr Annalisa Savaresi and colleagues explore nature based solutions for climate change, people and biodiversity, in a briefing paper for the COP26 universities network.
Type: Policy Document
Rights: Proper attribution of authorship and correct citation details should be given
Notes: This briefing is produced in association with the COP26 Universities Network, a growing group of more than 50 UK-based universities and research institutes working together to help deliver an ambitious outcome at the UN Climate Summit in Glasgow and beyond. The briefing represents the views of its authors (listed on page one) and not necessarily that of every University or institution participating in the network. For more information about the COP26 Universities Network, please contact
Affiliation: University of St Andrews
University of Cambridge
University of Glasgow
University College London
University of Cambridge
University of York
University of Glasgow
Plymouth Marine Laboratory
University of Oxford
University of Oxford
University of Aberdeen
University of Edinburgh
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