Water-Energy-Food Nexus Seminar

SEMINAR: Water-Energy-Food Nexus; An integrated governance of resources, economy and environment for sustainability

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Interstate delegates or those who cannot attend in person, please contact enquiries@groundwater.com.au for the live recording link.

Water, energy, and food are fundamental resources for human beings and society, and these resources are interlinked with each other. Therefore, we need integrated management and governance for the water-energy-food (WEF) nexus by increasing synergies and reducing trade-offs among the three resources, economy and environment for sustainability. The International Belmont Forum project on Urban WEF Nexus has initiated the development of a nexus model to analyze the WEF nexus structure and assess environmental and economic impacts, with three databases of resources, interlinkages, and scenarios at multi-spatial scales.