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Under attack from climate change, Colombia's farmers befriend nature
by Anastasia Moloney
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26 February 2020
On 26 February 2020 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
In northern provinces, villagers are working to restore wetlands and plant trees to reduce rising flood risk, with international funding. The approach focuses on so-called 'nature-based solutions' -- which involves improving ecosystems, including forests, wetlands, and watersheds ... One of the main methods is to restore the wetlands and waterways that regulate the local water supply so that they can act as natural drainage systems and buffers against storms.
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