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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.

As part of a consultation process towards the Bonn2011 Nexus Conference we invite you to participate in our stakeholders' survey. Your contribution will provide input into the "Bonn2011 Conference: The Water Energy and Food Security Nexus — Solutions for the Green Economy" to be held from 16 to 18 November 2011; and into the Rio+20 discussions on Green Economy in the context of poverty eradication and sustainable development. The survey will be running until October 15. Your participation is important!


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Publication // Nexus Mapping Study in South East Europe

This study focuses on the SEE2020 Region, including Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo*, Montenegro and Serbia, within its wider geographic context. It is aimed as the conceptual and technical background to support and inform the Nexus Policy Dialogue process, ongoing since 2013 in SEE under the ‘Petersberg Phase II / Athens Declaration Process’ and Global Environment Facility’s (GEF) programme “International Waters: Learning Exchange and Resources...

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Ecosystems / WEFE Nexus

Scholarship // Graduate Research Assistants (Food-energy-water systems (FEWS))

The Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC) at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY) has openings for two graduate students to work on an NSF-funded collaborative research project, involving seven research institutes including academia and national laboratories. The goal of this project is to explore contemporary and future challenges to food-energy-water systems (FEWS) of the Northeastern and Midwestern United States, in light of climate change and its extremes.

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Publication // The Water-Food-Energy Nexus: Insights into resilient development

By SAB Miller and WWF (World Wildlife Fund). This collaborative report looks at 16 countries or states, comparing the ways in which their development patterns have managed their different mixes of resources and different capacities to make use of those resources.

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