By Raimund Bleischwitz. The major changes that have occurred across the world call for a new approach to sustainability – one that is driven from the…
The flow of water through rivers, lakes and aquifers remains central to the Nexus
Mountains deserve special attention in the water-food-energy nexus discussions
Increasing energy efficiency and the use of renewables can directly improve water resource management, thereby also impacting positively on food…
Is decentralized decision-making key to Water Security?
Three expert views on the Nexus
Solving energy challenges cannot come at the cost of achieving water security goals
How Water Makes Green Economies a Moving Target
Uganda's Mabira is the only remaining rainforest block in East Africa — its survival is integral to water, energy and food security in the…
We only have a limited amount of freshwater on this planet, so how do we use it?
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…
Why attempts to ensure water, food and energy security should focus on innovative bottom-up strategies rather than large multipurpose projects
Pestilence and drought may be caused by nature or God, but famine and starvation are caused by people.
Sustainable and Productive Sanitation is a Perfect Example of the Water, Energy and Food Security Nexus