Policy brief Sustainable Technologies and Aquaculture Field Schools to increase Indonesianu2019s Shrimp and Milkfish ProductionDownload
Building with Nature Indonesia, included as case in ‘The role of the Natural Environment in Adaptation. Background paper for the Global Commission on Adaptation’Download
Design Summary Water As Leverage for Semarang to integrate risk reduction with ecological restoration, economic growth and a fostering of social resilience within communities.Download
Exploratory Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Study in Demak Coastal Area: Water Availability and Water UsersDownload
Ecoshape congress keynote speech Jane Madgwick, Wetlands International on upscaling Building with NatureDownload
Ecoshape congress keynote speech Abdul Muhari of the Indonesian Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries on upscaling of Building with Nature in IndonesiaDownload
Questions & Answers:
Building with Nature is innovative and site specific and it operates in areas where the understanding of systems is limited and where changes are dynamic. In our pilot project in Indonesia, we have therefore adopted a strategy of learning-by-doing and we are sharing our knowledge and the lessons we learn widely to support the sound replication of our approach. In this document, we provide answers to the most regularly posted questions to us.