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The Knowledge Hub

Welcome to our Knowledge Hub! Here you will find an ever-growing collection of the latest reports, case studies, and other knowledge products that can guide and inform the development of nature-based solutions projects. Feel free to browse through our selection of knowledge products below.

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  • Report
    Access to actionable information that outlines opportunities for nature-based solutions (NBS) investments at early stages of project design is essential for enabling the scale up of these solutions, which can effectively reduce climate risks, while bringing important socioeconomic benefits. This report summarizes how the Nature-Based Solutions Opportunity Scan (NBSOS) can support the World Bank, its clients, and development partners to identify NBS investment opportunities, understand the associated benefits, and integrate these interventions into projects.
  • Guidance
    This document aims to guide the design, implementation, and use of studies to value the benefits and costs of Nature-Based Solutions for climate resilience projects.
  • Guidance
    This Guide aims to promote the use of nature-based interventions as part of a broader portfolio of structural (risk reduction and adaptation) measures to enhance the sustainability and the resilience of road infrastructure
    in Haiti, as an alternative or with similar conventional hard engineered solutions, providing unambiguous evidence to why NBS should be
    considered by national and local transportation/road management agencies.
  • Guidance
    The catalogue aims to lay out the options for NBS contributing to resilience in cities, allowing for a primary identification of potential investments. It contains design drawings, good practice examples, implementation considerations, and background material for all main types of urban NBS
  • Guidance
    The report provides strategies to use roads for beneficial water management tailored to diverse landscapes and climates, including watershed areas, semiarid climates, coastal lowlands, mountainous areas, and floodplains.