Dr Aminur Shah and his co-authors contributed interesting research on how ecosystem-based adaptation can help to archive sustainable development goals.

Climate change is here, and the impacts we are already being seen around the world, from higher temperatures, rising sea levels, more frequent and intense droughts, floods, and wildfires, and increasing climate variability. For people and society, adaptation to climate change means not only adapting our infrastructure, but adjusting our behaviour, such as how we choose to live, how we manage our food and health systems, the way we plan our cities, and how we protect, conserve and utilize our natural resources. Ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) is a strategy that harnesses biodiversity and ecosystem services to build the resilience of human communities and societies to the impacts of climate change.

Read more at : https://www.iucn.org/resources/file/ecosystem-based-adaptation-and-successful-implementation-and-achievement-sustainable