A global network of practitioners utilize the decision support tools for protecting and revitalizing natural and human communities, for instance:
- assessing social-ecological vulnerability and prioritizing mangrove and coral reef restoration in partnership with the Red Cross in Grenada
- partnering with FEMSA Foundation and the Inter-American Development Bank on assessing the potential for water funds to deliver water security and other co-benefits
- computing water budgets to assist the state of Louisiana in crafting scientifically-sound water policy
- illustrating nutrient trends to help the Natural Resources Conservation Science target partnerships with agricultural producers to reduce nutrient runoff
By applying cutting-edge web mapping technology to the world’s biggest threats, the Toolkit offers scientifically credible nature-based solutions that will enhance livelihoods and make communities more resilient.
Currently operating across more than 20 different geographies around the world, with over 100 customized web apps that meet specific planning needs, explore the full suite of Toolkit sites