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Innovation in NBS Co-Design and Implementation

Version 1 : Received: 14 December 2020 / Approved: 16 December 2020 / Online: 16 December 2020 (08:33:57 CET)

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Strout, J.M.; Oen, A.M.P.; Kalsnes, B.G.; Solheim, A.; Lupp, G.; Pugliese, F.; Bernardie, S. Innovation in NBS Co-Design and Implementation. Sustainability 2021, 13, 986. Strout, J.M.; Oen, A.M.P.; Kalsnes, B.G.; Solheim, A.; Lupp, G.; Pugliese, F.; Bernardie, S. Innovation in NBS Co-Design and Implementation. Sustainability 2021, 13, 986.

Journal reference: Sustainability 2021, 13, 986
DOI: 10.3390/su13020986

Abstract

Impact in the form of innovation and commercialisation is an essential component of publicly funded research projects. PHUSICOS, an H2020 Innovation Action project, aims at demonstrating the use of nature-based solutions for mitigating hydrometeorological hazards in rural and mountainous areas. The work program is built around key innovation actions, and each WP leader specifically responsible for nurturing innovation processes, maintaining market focus and ensuring relevance for the intended recipients of the project results. Key success criteria for PHUSICOS include up-scaling and mainstreaming of NBS to reach broader market access. An innovation strategy and supporting tools for implementing this within PHUSICS has been developed and key concepts forming the basis for this strategy are presented in this research note.

Subject Areas

Innovation; Up-scaling; NBS Nature-based solutions (NBS); Hydrometeorological hazards; PHUSICOS project; Flooding; Landslides; Avalanches; Rockfall; Europe

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