Sustainability in the Water–Energy-Food (WEF) Nexus

19.05.14 - 20.05.14

The conference “Sustainability in the Water-Energy-Food Nexus. Synergies and Tradeoffs: Governance and Tools at various Scales”  will address the linkages across key natural resource sectors, so that jointly improving efficiency is considered to be a win-win strategy for human development and environmental sustainability.

The conference to take place in Bonn, Germany, will bring together available information, identify knowledge and action gaps, share lessons on viable instruments and approaches, facilitate networks, and contribute to consensus on priorities for appropriate investment and action by different actors and stakeholders for moving toward action on the WEF Nexus.

The conference is organized by the Global Water System Project, the German Development Institute, UNEP, the University of Bonn & CGIAR’s Research Programme on Water Lands and Ecosystems.

 

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