event 31 Aug 2018 time 11:10

Workshop at RGS 2018 // Adaptive Management and Governance of the Food-Energy-Water-Environment Nexus

This workshop session will begin with an overview of the common themes emerging from the papers presented in Adaptive management and governance of the food-energy-water-environment Nexus (1). Led by the discussant, Chad Staddon, we will reflect on what collective insights we can share for new projects setting out to govern the Nexus. Following a plenary discussion, there will be an opportunity to work in small groups to further examine these themes and develop a suite of insights to inform emerging directions and recommendations for innovative governance at the Nexus. These ideas will be collated into a collective blog and a policy and practice note, both of which will be published by CECAN.

category Workshops tag Governance tag Governance of the Nexus
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  • Chad Staddon (University of the West of England, UK)
  • Pete Barbrook-Johnson (University of Surrey, UK)
  • Kirsty Blackstock (James Hutton Institute, UK)
  • Adam Hejnowicz (University of York, UK)

Chair: Adam Hejnowicz (University of York, UK)

Where and when

31 Aug 2018

Glamorgan Building
Seminar Room -1.80

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