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Slides  |  , Resource  |  , Dresden Nexus Conference DNC2017  |  18 May 2017

DNC2017 // Nexus Platform meets Nexus Observatory: "Concept and Use Cases for the Nexus Observatory Prototype"

Presentation by Gerhard Rappold, GIZ, held at the Dresden Nexus Conference 2017 at the launch event of the collaboration between the Nexus Resource Platform and UNU-FLORES's Nexus Oberservatory.

Content

  • Main pillars of the Nexus Dialogues Programme
  • Nexus Observatory Concept
  • Use Cases

    • Source Sustainability of Rural Water Supply in Sub-saharan Africa
    • Solar Energy Farming
    • Nexus Country Profiles

  • Conclusions

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May 2017

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