The final background report in a series based on adaptation and biodiversity led green infrastructure is the culmination of the second phase of ACT’s work studying the potential for green infrastructure approaches as nature-based solutions to climate change. The second phase included facilitating a workshop and a focus group that engaged with a diverse range of professionals across sectors working in the field of green infrastructure and natural assets as well as climate solutions. Results of these stakeholder engagement sessions are available separately and also incorporated into this report, which provides the results of an extensive literature review of green infrastructure and nature-based solutions. The report also provides seven brief case studies at various scales designed to communicate the benefits to biodiversity that can be achieved by taking an ecosystem approach to green infrastructure implementation.

View the full report here: BiodiversityLedGreenInfrastructure