|Reference Category||Qualification assignments|
|Title (Primary)||Perceptions of nature-based solutions in the context of floods: Understanding the complexity of people and places at risk|
|Page To||XIV, 150|
|Topic||T5 Future Landscapes|
|Abstract||Traditional ways of reducing flood risk have encountered limitations in a climate-changing and rapidly urbanizing world. For instance, there has been a demanding requirement for massive investment in order to maintain a consistent level of security as well as increased flood exposure of people and property due to a false sense of security arising from the flood protection infrastructure. Against this background, nature-based solutions (NBS) have gained popularity as a sustainable and alternative way of dealing with diverse societal challenges such as climate change and biodiversity loss. In particular, their ability to reduce flood risks while also offering ecological benefits has recently received global attention. Diverse co-benefits of NBS that favor both humans and nature are viewed as promising a wide endorsement of NBS. However, people’s perceptions of NBS are not always positive. Local resistance to NBS projects
as well as decision-makers’ and practitioners’ unwillingness to adopt NBS have been pointed out as a bottleneck to the successful realization and mainstreaming of NBS.
|Persistent UFZ Identifier||https://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=20939&ufzPublicationIdentifier=24472|
|Han, S. (2022):
Perceptions of nature-based solutions in the context of floods: Understanding the complexity of people and places at risk
Dissertation, Universität Potsdam
Universität Potsdam, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Institut für Umweltwissenschaften und Geographie, Potsdam, XIV, 150 pp.