0609 Aug 14
The camp is targeting 10-15 year olds. The camp theme is tied to the UN’s World Water Day 2014. Organised by Greyfos Consulting Nairobi, Kenya.
The organisers want the kids to understand symbiotic relationship. For example: How water is used to generate energy? How energy in turn is used to convey the water to the users? How generation can lead to water stress? How to ensure everyone has the water and energy they need? How to supply water and energy while safeguarding the planet? How to reduce water & energy consumption at home?
31 Aug05 Sep 14
In addressing the water-energy nexus, the World Water Week 2014 in Stockholm will attempt to take an overall “systems view” of how to develop and manage energy and water for the good of society and ecosystems - at local, national, regional and global levels - and avoid unintended consequences of narrow sectoral approaches. The “water, energy and food security nexus”, underpinning the green growth approach, will be central to the agenda.
0809 Sep 14
Intersectoral approaches as well as transboundary search for solutions on the nexus approach will be discussed on a meeting organized by UNECE in September 2014. This is a follow up meeting to an initial meeting in April 2013
0608 Oct 14
This panel at SXSW Eco at Austin/Texas intends to teach how the renewable energy water nexus can be harnessed together.
2931 Oct 14
The Lyon Conference aims to be a transition from the 6th World Water Forum in Marseille (France) in 2012 to the next one, the seventh edition of the World Water Forum, in Daegu (South Korea) in 2015.
1113 Nov 14
A conference for optimising infrastructure and technology to build partnerships for water, energy and food security.
27 Nov 14
The Nexus Network
Inaugural conference of the Nexus Network
28 Nov 14
The Nexus Network
The first thematic workshop of the The Nexus Network, led by the University of East Anglia, will take place in London, immediately after the Network’s annual conference.
2527 Mar 15
The conference is a first in a series of biyearly conferences aiming at developing a post-2015 agenda for a nexus approach on water, soil and waste
1516 Apr 15
The Nexus Network
The second thematic workshop of the Nexus Network, led by the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership brings a particular focus on the role of business in dealing with nexus challenges.
NEXUS Event Archive
2125 Jul 14
The Symposium offers a platform for researchers, postgraduate students, policy-makers, funders, implementers, and members of Food-Energy-Water Security consortium. It aims at giving an opportunity for sharing insights and exchanging views about key drivers and barriers to achieving food-energy-water security; gaps in exiting research and practice, along with the associated uncertainties.
30 Jun 14
In the past, water and energy have been addressed as two separate issues. But in reality, water and energy are very connected and sustainable management of either resource requires consideration of the other.
27 Jun 14
Defra-Nexus Network Workshop
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has joined forces with the Nexus Network to bring researchers from across a range of disciplines together with policy makers and other stakeholders to share insights and develop interdisciplinary approaches to nexus challenges.
2527 Jun 14
The Third Regional Workshop was organized from 25 June to 27 June 2014 in Viet Nam in the context of the project “Integrated Resource Management in Asian Cities: the Urban Nexus”, implemented by the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) and UN ESCAP, and financed by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
25 Jun 14
The Global Food Security Programme (GFS) is holding a horizon-scanning workshop on the “nexus” in central London. This workshop brings together around fifty senior industry and public sector decision-makers with academic communities whose research interests span the nexus. The aim is to clarify and stimulate thinking, identify interdisciplinary research priorities, and foster cross-sector collaboration.