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Survey // Your participation is important!

An online consultation allows global stakeholders to input their best practice experiences and policy recommendations for transitioning to a nexus approach.

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Are you Nexussed?
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Nexus Blog // Are you Nexussed?

Why the Nexus lens is crucial for Rio+20 and beyond

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Margaret Catley-Carlson: "Conferences like this one are a way to start talking about the future that we need to create"
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Interview // Margaret Catley-Carlson: "Conferences like this one are a way to start talking about the future that we need to create"

Interview with Margaret Catley-Carlson, Chair of the Global Agenda Council on Water Security for the World Economic Forum (WEF)

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Food vs. Fuel: Current Research and Policy Implications
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Nexus Blog // Food vs. Fuel: Current Research and Policy Implications

Production and consumption of biofuels has risen rapidly over the past decade, leading to an increasingly integrated nexus between food and energy markets.

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World Water Week in Stockholm ends with a statement for "Rio+20"
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World Water Week in Stockholm ends with a statement for "Rio+20"

The Bonn2011 Nexus Conference was a key focal point of the World Water Week 2011 in Stockholm

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Stakeholder Section established
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Stakeholders // Stakeholder Section established

A message from Felix Dodds, Executive Director of the Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future and International Steering Committee (ISC) Member

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A stakeholder workshop on the Water, Energy and Food Security Nexus
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A stakeholder workshop on the Water, Energy and Food Security Nexus

Collecting inputs for the Bonn2011 Nexus Conference preparatory process

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Tariq Banuri: "...this is the time to bring everything together"
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Interview // Tariq Banuri: "...this is the time to bring everything together"

Interview with Tariq Banuri, Director of the Sustainable Development Division of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA)

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David F. Hales: "The sectoral approach is inherently limited"
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Interview // David F. Hales: "The sectoral approach is inherently limited"

Interview with David F. Hales, President of the College of the Atlantic

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Reciprocal added value
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Bonn Perspectives // Reciprocal added value

Nexus Conference opens perspectives: The City of Bonn and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) signed a memorandum on 21 July 2011, stating their intent to strengthen Bonn as a United Nations location for international cooperation, development and sustainability.

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