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In many water-stressed parts of the world there need to be improvements in decision-making around water resources to make climate change adaptation more effective and equitable in policy and practice. This commentary introduces the issues and a new project called BASIN that aims to draw insights from behavioural and psychological sciences to improve decision-making in this area. Read more

This analysis shows that urban flood resilience as a concept has evolved over the last two decades. From an engineering concept with a strong focus on ensuring that the built environment can withstand a flood to a more recent definition as a transformative process with the aim to enable all parts of the urban system to live with floods and learn from previous shocks. Read more

Nature-based solutions to climate change are a collection of approaches that offer the potential to both reduce and remove emissions while addressing the interlinked crisis of biodiversity decline. This Explainer discusses the form that nature-based solutions take, their potential in mitigating climate change, and challenges and guidelines for designing and implementing them effectively. Read more

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