Davos 2022

Davos 2022: How to bring nature-based solutions to our cities

Key leaders have shared an overview of the steps and the work that must be done to bring nature-based solutions to cities. Image: World Economic Forum/ Valeriano

Laura Beltran

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Davos 2022

Cities are lagging behind in terms of implementing nature-based solutions, says Maimunah Mohd Sharif, Executive Director at UN-Habitat, at Davos 2022. Image: World Economic Forum/ Valeriano

Colombia is continuing to work at the policy level to apply various nature-based solutions locally. (Davos 2022) Image: World Economic Forum/ Valeriano

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