Resources for NBS Education

NBS EduDirectory - The resource landscape of NBS Education

This repository provides a comprehensive list of available resources, including guidance, reports, tools, and services developed around education about NBS. These NBS education resources and materials were discovered through EU-funded online repositories and through desk research. It is updated annually. You can also consult it as a database on PowerBI.

Have a look at further resources repositorites of the NBS and the education communities at the NBS EduHub.


Deconstructing Climate Denial Speech and understanding the role of Nature-Based Solutions

In this Learning Scenario, students will learn how to identify, expose and deconstruct disinformation around climate change. This Learning Scenario was developed as part of the Integrating Nature-Based Solutions in Education project, funded by the European Commission Directorate-General for Research and Innovation and coordinated by PPMI, in collaboration with European Schoolnet (EUN).

Topic: Natural & Climate Hazards

Educational Level: Secondary Education

Language:  Dutch English French German Greek Italian Lithuanian Polish Portuguese Romanian Slovak Spanish Swedish

Organisation: European Schoolnet


Nature-based Solutions for Disaster and Climate Resilience

Addressing different audiences (i.e.youth leader, practitioner, policy maker, engineer or business owner) the course shows how to apply nature-based solutions in enhancing resilience to disasters and climate change.

Topic: Natural & Climate Hazards

Educational Level: Adult Learning

Language:  English

Organisation: SDG Academy/PEDRR



Link to the PreventionWeb resource search engine on NBS.

Topic: Natural & Climate Hazards

Educational Level: Adult Learning

Language:  English

Organisation: UNDRR

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