This means that people have work, an income to
provide for their families; they have a roof over
their heads, and they have food on the table. It
also means that they are more able to withstand
the impact of climate change, and are less likely
to end up as climate refugees. People have a
sense of agency, they feel less dependent on
government, they are less vulnerable.
We do this by offering nature-based solutions –
which is, basically, solutions that simultaneously
provide environmental, social and economic
benefits, while tackling socio-environmental
challenges such as climate change, water and
food security, human health and well-being,
biodiversity loss and disaster risk management.