Nature-based solutions to Climate Change - Meet REWRITE at Oceanext 2024 in Nantes

The aim of this Oceanext 2024 session is to provide feedback on NBS already implemented, or to share your project with the scientific community.

Nature-based solutions to Climate Change - Meet REWRITE at Oceanext 2024 in Nantes

During the past few years, there has been an escalation of the artificialization, fragmentation and pollution of coastal ecosystems.

Consequently, the ability of these ecosystems to provide goods and services is highly impacted, causing an increase in risks to both "humans" and "non-humans" (submersion, erosion, release of pollutants, water quality, etc.). Nowadays, nature scientists and humanists, as well as managers and users, have to work together to find joint solutions for resilient ecosystems in the face of these pressures.


In this context, nature-based solutions (NBS) are an increasingly popular concept. According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), they represent an economically viable and sustainable alternative, often less costly in the long term than technological investment or infrastructure construction and maintenance.


The aim of this Oceanext 2024 session is to provide feedback on NBS already implemented, or to share your project with the scientific community. This session will be based on a 15-20 min presentation format, followed by a round-table discussion on the various topics covered.


Session duration
2 hours, i.e., 1h30 presentation (5 or 6 presentations) followed by 30 min round-table discussion.

Chairpersons
Vona Méléder, University of Nantes
Vincent Andreu-Boussut, Le Mans University

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