The Environmental Evidence for the Future (EEF) Initiative funded by the UK Natural Environment Research Council emerged from the need to build on and strengthen the environmental evidence base in the long-term, by working in close collaboration with relevant UK policy makers and agencies to identify and define crucial environmental policy challenges. Priority challenges were listed through a series of stakeholder workshops and consultations, and responses also indicated that there was a need to undertake a synthesis of existing knowledge. This article collection contains the first systematic evidence maps conducted under this programme in response to the stakeholder challenges.
How are nature-based solutions contributing to priority societal challenges surrounding human well-being in the United Kingdom: a systematic map
The concept of nature-based solutions (NBS) has evolved as an umbrella concept to describe approaches to learning from and using nature to create sustainable socio-ecological systems. Furthermore, NBS often ad...
Citation: Environmental Evidence 2020 9:25