Capacity-building for nature-based solutions: the ReNature open-access research collection
A press release on the ReNature open-access research collection is now available in the online science news portal EurekAlert! and the European Commission’s news and events service CORDIS Wire. The announcement informs about the ReNature collection, recently published in the Research Ideas and Outcomes (RIO) journal, which promotes key outputs on the excellence of nature-based solutions for innovation, sustainable economic growth and human well-being in Malta.
The ReNature research collection is consisted of materials related to the responsible use of biodiversity and green infrastructure across rural-urban areas, the equitable access to the benefits of nature and the nature-based solutions design. The collection consists so far of three articles, featuring the project’s first nature-based compendium, which aims to create a transition from theoretical knowledge and good practices in an advanced research institutions to actual future application. Additionally, the collection presents the ReNature’s training courses, along with the learning materials that resulted from the trainings. The assortment will be further enhanced with project outputs.
You can read the full press release here.