"Managing the Nexus", 2nd Round Table on the Water-Energy-Food Nexus in Paris

Round Table // "Managing the Nexus", 2nd Round Table on the Water-Energy-Food Nexus in Paris

Organised by the Permanent Delegation of the Netherlands at the OECD.

Simon Upton, Director Environment of the OECD, will moderate the presentations by and a panel discussion with Angela Wilkinson (OECD), Rob Dellink (OECD), Coralie Noël (French Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Forestry), Olivier Gantois (Shell France) and Sean de Cleene (YARA International) on the governance, costs as well as the risks and trade-offs of the nexus.



followed by a cocktail


Maison Benelux, rue Octave 12-14, 75116 Paris



, please send an email to {ilse-van.ruler@minbuza.nl}

or contact the secretariat of the Netherlands' delegation at 01-4062-3313

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