Nexus Calendar // Archive 2012

High Level African Dialogue on the Water-Food-Energy Nexus, Nairobi
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Dialogue // High Level African Dialogue on the Water-Food-Energy Nexus, Nairobi

The African Union and the United Nations Secretary General's Advisory Board on Water and Sanitation (UNSGAB) are convening a High-level African Dialogue on the Water-Food-Energy Nexus in Nairobi, Kenya on November 29, 2012.

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Energy Delta Convention 2012, Groningen
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Energy Delta Convention 2012, Groningen

The Energy Delta Convention is an international platform for senior energy experts from various disciplines, sectors and countries. <<-->> [i]by the University of Groningen[/i]

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"Feeding The World: Africa’s Role in Solving the Global Food Crisis", Johannesburg
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Conference // "Feeding The World: Africa's Role in Solving the Global Food Crisis", Johannesburg

Bringing policy-makers together with agribusiness, donors, farmer organisations and civil society we will discuss what Africa needs in order to reproduce the Brazilian miracle.

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Mekong Forum on Water, Food and Energy, Hanoi
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Forum // Mekong Forum on Water, Food and Energy, Hanoi

The Second Mekong Forum on Water, Food and Energy will continue this constructive dialogue on the relationship between the cost and benefits of water development.

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WEAP Training 2012, Beginners' Course
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Training // WEAP Training 2012, Beginners' Course

This is the second year of WEAP Online Beginner's Courses. These courses are design to prepare your knowledge of WEAP modeling tools and skills in order to start the construction of an application of WEAP for your specific region of interest.

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"Irrigation policy in a time of drought and high food prices", London
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Seminar // "Irrigation policy in a time of drought and high food prices", London

This seminar, organised by ICID.UK and the UEA Water Security Research Centre with support from NERC, will examine global and local irrigation policy in the context of drought and high food prices.

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Fresh Water Governance for Sustainable Development, South Africa
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Conference // Fresh Water Governance for Sustainable Development, South Africa

The objective of this conference is to discuss and identify priority areas following the outcomes of the 6th World Water Forum and the UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20 or UNCSD).

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Future Workshop on "Resources in East and Horn of Africa", Nairobi
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Workshop // Future Workshop on "Resources in East and Horn of Africa", Nairobi

In preparation for a Resource Summit to be held in Berlin, Germany in 2013, the Heinrich Böll Foundation offices in Kenya and Ethiopia are calling for applicants from Ethiopia, Kenya, North Sudan, South Sudan, South Central Somalia/Somaliland/Puntland and Tanzania to participate in a regional 3-days workshop to be held between 5th - 10th, November 2012 in Nairobi, Kenya. This workshop will apply the Future Workshop methodology to identify topics and innovative approaches of young people with...

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"The Water-Energy-Food Security Nexus", Cologne/Germany
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Lecture Series // "The Water-Energy-Food Security Nexus", Cologne/Germany

The Lecture Series addresses these key issues by bringing scientists and experts from many disciplines together. It wants to contribute to the current global dialogue regarding the future of our planet. Organised by German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE-GDI),

Institute of Geography/University of Cologne, Institute for Technology and Resources Management in the Tropics and Subtropics (ITT) of the Cologne University of Applied Sciences.

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Not Another Nexus? Critical Thinking On The "New Security Convergence" in Energy, Food, Climate and Water, London/UK
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Colloquium // Not Another Nexus? Critical Thinking On The "New Security Convergence" in Energy, Food, Climate and Water, London/UK

A colloquium with keynote presentations and discussion on recent thinking on the new securities and their nexus organised by Peter Mollinga, Laura Hammond and Anna Lindley (SOAS Development Studies/Centre for Water and Development) and Lyla Mehta, Jeremy Allouche and Alan Nicol (IDS and the STEPS Centre at the University of Sussex).

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