- Building with Nature in Indonesia – Ecoshape Website
- Building with Nature project in Central Java inspires students, media and governments
- Innovative aquaculture experiment supporting mangrove recovery ready for wider uptake by farmers
- More newsflashes and blogs
Publications (reports and articles)
- Bosma, Dr R.H (Wageningen University & Research), Dr Sri REJEKI, Restiana Wisnu Ariyati, Lestari Lakhsmi Widowati (all three from Diponegoro University), Rathna Fadilah & Woro Yuniati (both from Blue Forests-Indonesia) and ………… (KKP), Building Sustainable Aquaculture through Coastal Field Schools, Building with Nature Indonesia
- Building With Nature Indonesia Consortium. Brochure: Building with Nature Indonesia – meet the partners. 2p.
- Building With Nature Indonesia Consortium Brochure: Building with Nature Indonesia – eaching scale for coastal resilience. 6p.
- Cronin, K., van Wesenbeeck, B., Bosma, R., Debrot, D. and F. Tonneijck (2015) Technical protocol for Monitoring and Evaluation. “Building with Nature Indonesia – Securing Eroding Delta Coastlines” project.
- Eijk P van & Kumar R (2009) Bio-rights in theory and practice. A financing mechanism for linking poverty alleviation and environmental conservation. Wetlands International, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
- GIZ. Indonesia case study 17 – Evaluating the biophysical and socio-economic effectiveness of hydrid “Building with Nature” coastal adaptation in Indonesia. 5p. 2017.
- Taufani, A.; de Lucas Pardo, M; Van Wesenbeeck, B.: Ecosystem-based adaptation at scale through Building with Nature: towards Resilient Coasts in Indonesia
- Tonneijck F., Winterwerp H., Van Weesenbeeck B., Debrot D., Rusila Noor Y., Wilms T. Design and Engineering Plan. Building with Nature Indonesia – Securing Eroding coastlines. 65p. 2015
- Tonneijck, F., Winterwerp, H., B. van Wesenbeeck et al. (2015) Design and Engineering Plan. “Building with Nature Indonesia – Securing Eroding Delta Coastlines” project.
- Wetlands International (2014) Building with Nature Indonesia – reaching scale for coastal resilience.
- Wetlands International: Mangrove restoration: to plant or not to plant? 12p.
- Winterwerp, H., van Wesenbeeck, B., J. van Dalfsen et al. (2014) A sustainable solution for massive coastal erosion in Central Java – Towards Regional Scale Application of Hybrid Engineering. Discussion paper, Deltares and Wetlands International.
- Winterwerp, H., Wilms, T. Siri, H.,Vries et al. (2016) Building with Nature: sustainable protection of mangrove coasts. Terra et Aqua 144: 5-12.
- Building with Nature along a tropical muddy coast in Indonesia: innovation in mangrove restoration – Wageningen University
- Building with Nature – West Africa Coastal Areas Management Program – Case study 04
- Case study fact sheet no 8: Building with Nature in Indonesia
- Coastal Protection By Means Of Natural Mangrove Recovery: Experiences From Demak
- Eco ‘Shaping’ The Future
- Submission by Wetlands International in the area of ecosystems, interrelated areas such as water resources and adaptation under the Nairobi work programme
Technical Guidelines (in preparation)
- Technical Guidelines #1: Building with Nature approach – From Building In Nature to Building with Nature
- Technical Guidelines #2: Systems understanding
- Technical Guidelines #3: Building with nature to restore eroding tropical muddy coasts: permeable structures
- Technical Guidelines #4: Coastal Field Schools for sustainable aquaculture
- Technical Guidelines #5: Building resilient coast through mixed mangrove aquaculture
- Technical Guidelines #6 Biorights, livelihoods, village planning