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Nature-based solutions could save billions in the fight against climate change

Preserving or restoring natural infrastructure such as wetlands, forests and coastal mangroves provides significant carbon sequestration and climate risk mitigation value. These types of NBS interventions could save upwards of $248 billion per year, globally, versus human-made infrastructure. NBS provide multiple benefits, including local jobs, biodiversity, clean air and water, and social, cultural and health benefits to people; however, these benefits are often not accounted for and funding for natural infrastructure is still lacking. Read the article from the Guardian here

The true value of trees and urban forests is much more than the sticker amount

Urban trees have assigned values in case they are damaged or killed, but experts…

New Resource: Small and Rural Communities Climate Action Guidebook

Came across a new resource for small to medium size municipalities and wanted…

Have your say on Calgary's drought resiliency

The City of Calgary is seeking feedback on its drought resiliency plan and…