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Title: APPLICATION OF THE NBS IMPACT EVALUATION FRAMEWORK: NBS PERFORMANCE AND IMPACT EVALUATION CASE STUDIES
Authors: M. Dubovik
A. Dumitru
L. Wendling
P. Briega
V. Capobianco
S. Connop
L. Crespo
J. Fermoso
V. Giannico
S. Gómez
M. González
G. Kakoulaki
P. Kumar
S. Leppänen
R. Marijuan
S. Pablo
J.A. Pérez
F. Pilla
V. Rinta-Hiiro
H. Riquelme
E. Sánchez
I. Sánchez
J.C. Sánchez
R. Sánchez
E. San José
J.M. Sanz
N. Sanz
J. Serramia
G. Spano
M. Särkilahti
D. Tomé-Lourido
K. van de Sijpe
F. Verdugo
A. Villazán
P. Vos
G. Zulian
K. Allaert
J.B. Almenar
K. Arnbjerg-Nielsen
Baldacchini, Chiara 
L. Basco
V. Beaujouan
G. Benoit
M. Bockarjova
S. Bonelli
R. Bouzouidja
T. Butlin
J. Calatrava
C. Calfapietra
Issue Date: 2021
Abstract: 
Selecting appropriate indicators of NBS performance and impact can be challenging, and is context-dependent. In this chapter, we present case studies from a variety of NBS demonstrations across Europe and Asia that illustrate the application of the NBS indicators and methods presented in Chapter 4 and thoroughly described in Evaluating the Impact of Nature-Based Solutions: Appendix of Methods. Each case study presents a brief NBS description, reasons for the selection of specific indicators for that particular NBS and a brief overview of the ways the indicators are applied and/or monitored. The case studies describe the stakeholders involved in co-design and co-monitoring of NBS and discuss the barriers and lessons learned during or after the process. Each case study provides key references for further reading.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/43447
ISBN: 978-92-76-22821-9
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