How Water Makes Green Economies a Moving Target// more
Solutions should meet consumption needs, but do so in an environmentally sustainable way.// more
Uganda's Mabira is the only remaining rainforest block in East Africa — its survival is integral to water, energy and food security in the region// more
We only have a limited amount of freshwater on this planet, so how do we use it?// more
The question of how to effectively use our water resources has been debated for decades, yet what we need more than ever is direct action at the field level.// more
Why attempts to ensure water, food and energy security should focus on innovative bottom-up strategies rather than large multipurpose projects// more
Pestilence and drought may be caused by nature or God, but famine and starvation are caused by people.// more
Sustainable and Productive Sanitation is a Perfect Example of the Water, Energy and Food Security Nexus// more
Why the Nexus lens is crucial for Rio+20 and beyond// more
Production and consumption of biofuels has risen rapidly over the past decade, leading to an increasingly integrated nexus between food and energy markets.// more
The Nexus Blog is a series of articles published during the Bonn2011 Nexus Conference. It aimed at creating debate and discussion around new approaches to address the critical resource challenges we face, which consider the interconnections within the water, energy and food security nexus.
In order to harness the voices of stakeholders around the nexus approach, the Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future coordinated the Nexus Blog and invited a wide range of contributors with experience and expertise in at least one of the three nexus areas to submit an entry to the Nexus Blog.
The Nexus Blog is closed now.