A multi-stakeholder communication platform supporting the understanding and promotion of Nature based Solutions (NbS).

A continuous dialogue & interaction on NbS to:

  • steer dialogue through forums and debates
  • identify, communicate & promote successful NbS
  • identify regulatory, economic & technical barriers
  • foster collaboration at local, regional, national & EU levels
  • develop synergy with other projects on NbS
ThinkNature Interviews

The ThinkNature project organized a series of short video recorded interviews with conference participants during the H2020 Clustering Action "Transforming Cities, Enhancing Well-being: innovating with nature-based solutions" which took place at the University of A Coruña in 2018 . The interviewees are NBS experts of different background and expertise (policy makers, market actors, scientists, end users/authorities), providing a range of perspectives and different insights into the present and the future of NBS.


Bucharest Forum on Nature-Based Solutions
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Bucharest Forum on Nature-Based Solutions

A debate with a thematic focus on: (1) Cities & policies and (2) Business models & technical aspects.

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ThinkNature Summer School 2019
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ThinkNature is announcing the Summer School: Nature-Based Solutions – From Theory to Practice, 2-6 September 2019, Chania, Greece.

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Cooperation Manifesto

Re-naturing cities through the cooperation and support of the European Nature-Based Solutions Projects

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NbS101: Nature-based solutions for beginners

Material for those who want to know more about Nature based Solutions (NbS)

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ThinkNature Outcomes

Article published at the Project Repository Journal (Oct/ Nov 2019 – Volume 3, pages 56-59). The article summarizes all the achievements of the ThinkNature project with links on the exploitable results and the deliverables that can be found on the ThinkNature Platform (read online).


ThinkNature Handbook on NBS

The objective of the handbook is to gather and promote state-of-the-art knowledge regarding Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) and to provide a comprehensive guide to all relevant actors


Paris Forum Presentations
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Paris Forum on Nature-Based Solutions

Addressing major societal challenges: Climate change adaptation-mitigation, risk management and resilience.


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The ThinkNature consortium is proud to announce Greentown, the NBS scenario game developed by the ThinkNature partners. The game is to demonstrate the impact of choices and thereby the advantages of using nature-based solutions.

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“An NbS Hub, unique contact point for online dialogue, knowledge repository and networking.”

Latest entries

  1. Interview with Anna Levonmaa, landscape architect in the city of Tampere
    Video/Webinar Resource: Video,

    Anna Levonmaa is Landscape Architect at Tampereen kaupunki - City of Tampere.

    Interview included the following questions:

    1. What are Nature-Based Solutions and have you implemented...
    Submitted on May 29, 2019 - 3:14pm

  2. Interview with Zuzana Hudekova about NBS in Bratislava
    Video/Webinar Resource: Video,

    Zuzana Hudekova is member of Bratislava Municipality of Karlova Ves.

    Interview included the following questions:

    1. What NBS scheme would you like to see implemented in your...
    Submitted on May 29, 2019 - 3:00pm

  3. Interview with Jennifer Senick on NBS and her experience in New Jersey (USA)
    Video/Webinar Resource: Video,

    Jennifer Senick is Executive Director of the Rutgers Center for Green Building at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Urban Planning and Policy Development, Rutgers University.


    Submitted on May 29, 2019 - 2:47pm

  4. Interview with Peter De Ruiter on NBS and ecology
    Video/Webinar Resource: Video,

    Peter de Ruiter is Professor of Soil Systems Ecology, Faculty of Science in University of Amsterdam (UvA).

    Interview included the following questions:

    1. Are there any other sectors...
    Submitted on May 29, 2019 - 1:23pm

  5. Interview with Marcus Collier about co-creation and innovation with NBS
    Video/Webinar Resource: Video,

    Marcus Collier is Coordinator of Connecting Nature and Assistant Professor in School of Natural Sciences of Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin.

    Interview included the following...

    Submitted on May 29, 2019 - 1:00pm