Nature Based Solutions in Energy Transition – The Path to Sustainable Power Manager Toolkit (Publication Date: 2024/02)


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  • How does the funding of nature based solutions fit with long term maintenance?
  • How should nature based solutions be addressed in portfolio alignment measurement?
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    • Comprehensive set of 1544 prioritized Nature Based Solutions requirements.
    • Extensive coverage of 159 Nature Based Solutions topic scopes.
    • In-depth analysis of 159 Nature Based Solutions step-by-step solutions, benefits, BHAGs.
    • Detailed examination of 159 Nature Based Solutions case studies and use cases.

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    Nature Based Solutions Assessment Manager Toolkit – Utilization, Solutions, Advantages, BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal):

    Nature Based Solutions

    Funding nature based solutions, such as implementing green infrastructure or promoting sustainable land management, can help address environmental challenges while also contributing to long-term maintenance and sustainability. These solutions rely on natural processes and systems, which often require less maintenance compared to traditional infrastructure, making them more cost-effective in the long run.

    1. Funding nature based solutions can support the long-term maintenance of ecosystems, reducing the need for costly repairs in the future.

    2. Nature based solutions, such as reforestation and wetlands restoration, can provide multiple benefits like carbon sequestration and flood control, making them a cost-effective investment.

    3. Investing in nature based solutions can create job opportunities in fields like sustainable agriculture and ecotourism, benefiting local economies.

    4. These solutions promote biodiversity and protect vital habitats, contributing to the preservation of a healthy and resilient environment for future generations.

    5. They also have the potential to offset climate change impacts by absorbing carbon emissions and mitigating the effects of natural disasters.

    6. Funding nature based solutions can help secure freshwater resources by protecting watersheds and improving water quality through natural filtration systems.

    7. By investing in these solutions, governments and businesses can showcase their commitment to sustainable development and corporate social responsibility.

    8. By incorporating nature into urban areas, cities can improve air quality, reduce the urban heat island effect, and enhance public health and well-being.

    9. Nature based solutions can also play a key role in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), providing a holistic approach to tackling global challenges.

    10. Lastly, funding nature based solutions can serve as a proactive measure in adapting to the inevitable changes brought upon by climate change, ensuring long-term sustainability.

    CONTROL QUESTION: How does the funding of nature based solutions fit with long term maintenance?

    Big Hairy Audacious Goal (BHAG) for 10 years from now:
    The big hairy audacious goal for Nature Based Solutions 10 years from now is to have established a thriving global network of interconnected nature-based solutions that effectively mitigate the impacts of climate change, restore ecosystems, and promote sustainable development.

    This will involve a massive investment in restoring degraded landscapes, promoting sustainable forestry, establishing green infrastructure, and implementing effective conservation practices. It will also require significant shifts in policy and societal values towards valuing and prioritizing nature as a critical component of our collective well-being.

    In order to achieve this goal, it is crucial that the funding of nature-based solutions goes beyond short-term projects and initiatives. Instead, there must be a long-term commitment to ongoing maintenance and monitoring of these solutions. This will involve developing sustainable funding models that prioritize the long-term benefits of these solutions, rather than focusing solely on immediate economic gains.

    One way to ensure long-term maintenance of nature-based solutions is through public-private partnerships, with government agencies, NGOs, and private companies working together to fund and maintain these solutions. This can also involve engaging local communities in the management and stewardship of these solutions, creating a sense of ownership and responsibility.

    Another important aspect is integrating nature-based solutions into national and international climate change and development policies, ensuring that there are dedicated funds available for their implementation and maintenance. This could include incorporating nature-based solutions into carbon offset programs or creating dedicated funding mechanisms specifically for nature-based solutions.

    Ultimately, securing long-term funding for nature-based solutions will require a shift in mindset to recognize that these solutions provide not only immediate benefits, but also long-term resilience and sustainability for both the environment and society. With this commitment to long-term maintenance, we can achieve our audacious goal of a world where nature-based solutions play a vital role in mitigating the impacts of climate change and promoting sustainable development for generations to come.

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    Nature Based Solutions Case Study/Use Case example – How to use:

    Client Situation:

    The client, a mid-sized city in the United States, was facing multiple challenges related to environmental degradation and climate change. The city was experiencing increased frequency and intensity of natural disasters such as flooding, heat waves, and droughts. These events not only posed a threat to the well-being and safety of the citizens but also caused significant damage to the city′s infrastructure and economy. The cost of traditional mitigation measures was becoming increasingly unsustainable for the city′s budget. In light of these challenges, the city recognized the potential of nature-based solutions (NBS) to address their environmental and climate concerns. However, the city was struggling with securing long-term funding for the implementation and maintenance of NBS projects.

    Consulting Methodology:

    To assist the client in understanding how the funding of NBS fits with long-term maintenance, our consulting team adopted a four-step approach.

    Step 1: Understanding the Client′s Needs and Goals – The first step involved conducting a thorough analysis of the client′s current situation and needs. Our team reviewed relevant documents, conducted interviews with key stakeholders, and analyzed existing data to understand the city′s environmental challenges, budget constraints, and aspirations for sustainable development.

    Step 2: Evaluating Nature-Based Solutions – The next step involved assessing the potential of NBS in addressing the client′s challenges and meeting their goals. We reviewed consulting whitepapers, academic business journals, and market research reports to provide an overview of the benefits of NBS and its effectiveness in mitigating environmental risks and promoting sustainable development.

    Step 3: Analyzing Funding Options – Our team conducted a detailed analysis of various funding options available to the city for implementing and maintaining NBS projects. This included government grants, public-private partnerships, impact investing, and community-based financing models. We also reviewed case studies of successful NBS projects to identify best practices for securing long-term funding.

    Step 4: Developing a Comprehensive Strategy – Based on our analysis, we developed a comprehensive strategy for the city to secure funding for NBS projects while ensuring long-term maintenance. This included recommendations on selecting suitable funding sources, developing a strong business case, implementing cost-effective monitoring and evaluation systems, and establishing partnerships with relevant stakeholders.


    The deliverables of our consulting engagement included a detailed report outlining the client′s current situation, potential solutions, and a comprehensive strategy to secure funding for NBS with long-term maintenance. We also provided the client with a financial model to demonstrate the financial viability of various funding options and the potential return on investment.

    Implementation Challenges:

    During our consulting engagement, we encountered a few challenges that required careful consideration. These included the lack of awareness and understanding of NBS among the city leaders and the community. There were also concerns around the scalability and effectiveness of NBS in addressing the city′s environmental challenges. Additionally, the city faced political and bureaucratic hurdles in securing funding and implementing NBS projects.


    Our consulting team identified the following key performance indicators (KPIs) to measure the success of the recommended strategy:

    – Increase in the number of NBS projects implemented
    – Reduction in costs associated with traditional mitigation measures
    – Improvement in environmental health indicators (e.g., air quality, water quality, etc.)
    – Increase in private sector investment in NBS projects
    – Community engagement and satisfaction levels
    – Reduction in economic losses due to natural disasters

    Management Considerations:

    The success of NBS projects requires continuous monitoring, evaluation, and adaptive management. Our consulting team recommended establishing a dedicated team to oversee the implementation and maintenance of NBS projects. This team would be responsible for developing and implementing NBS standards, conducting regular monitoring and evaluation, and engaging with stakeholders to ensure the sustainability of NBS projects. The team would also be responsible for fundraising and securing long-term funding for NBS projects.


    Nature-based solutions have the potential to address environmental degradation and climate change while providing multiple co-benefits. However, securing long-term funding for these projects remains a significant challenge for many cities. Our consulting engagement provided the city with a comprehensive strategy to secure funding for NBS projects while addressing concerns around long-term maintenance. By implementing our recommended strategy, the city would not only be able to mitigate its environmental challenges but also ensure sustainable development and a more resilient future.

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