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A Text-Mining Approach to Compare Impacts and Benefits of Nature-Based Solutions in Europe

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Yangzi Qiu
Igor da Silva Rocha Paz
Feihu Chen
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Pierre-Antoine Versini
Daniel Schertzer
Leydy Alejandra Castellanos
Olivier Bonin

Résumé

Worldwide, a large set of initiatives have been carried out aiming to understand the benefits offered by Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) in urban areas. The European Commission (EC) has founded different projects that have performed scientific literature reviews regarding this topic. To objectively compare their results and consolidate the consensus about the impacts and benefits of NBS, we performed a text mining analysis. This methodology coupled with a visual representation of the data allowed to convert the EC funding projects reports (corpus) into a meaningful structured analysis. This method demonstrated that despite the different literature review methodologies of each report, there are common trends exhibited by the results, e.g., the NBS installation as a strategy of urban resilience, the recognition of ecosystem services (ESS) delivered by nature in urban spaces, or the importance of the EC’s supporting role in the promotion of NBS. In addition, some network specific trends have also emerged and complemented the analysis: the assessment of the NBS performance with indicators, the participatory planning approach to NBS (involving citizen and local communities) and the economic value of their services.

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hal-03367632 , version 1 (06-10-2021)

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Yangzi Qiu, Igor da Silva Rocha Paz, Feihu Chen, Pierre-Antoine Versini, Daniel Schertzer, et al.. A Text-Mining Approach to Compare Impacts and Benefits of Nature-Based Solutions in Europe. Sustainability, 2020, 12 (18), pp.7799. ⟨10.3390/su12187799⟩. ⟨hal-03367632⟩
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