Organisations and Networks

Peace and conflict

Water-Peace Nexus // The Water, Peace and Security Initiative (WPSI)

The Water, Peace and Security Initiative (WPSI) is pioneering the development of innovative information tools and practical approaches that can support evidence-based actions to reduce water-related security risks.

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WASAG // The Global Framework on Water Scarcity in Agriculture

WASAG has been designed to bring together key players across the globe and across sectors to tackle the collective challenge of using water better in agriculture to ensure food security for all. It is an initiative for partners from all fields and backgrounds to collaborate in supporting countries and stakeholders in their commitments and plans related to the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda, the Paris Climate Agreement (including implementing nationally determined contributions) and other...

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Integrating Nexus Research // Nexus Project Cluster

The Nexus Project Cluster” is an initiative that aims to enhance communication, dissemination, and the impact of research and initiatives on the Nexus, which links the fields of water, energy, food, land, and climate. The initiative, in particular, investigates the Nexus regarding its impacts on societal challenges like public health, rural-urban development, circular economy, and increasing social welfare.

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Research Network // Future Earth Water-Energy-Food Nexus Knowledge-Action Network

The Knowledge-Action Network on the Water-Energy-Food Nexus is a collaborative initiative of the Core Projects of Future Earth, the Future Earth Cluster Activity on Sustainability for water, energy and food through integrated water information and improved governance and CCAFS (the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security).

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CECAN // Centre for the Evaluation of Complexity Across the Nexus (UK)

CECAN, a £3m national research centre hosted by the University of Surrey, brings together a coalition of experts to address Nexus issues in policy making and evaluation. CECAN will pioneer, test and promote innovative evaluation approaches and methods across nexus problem domains, such as biofuel production or climate change, where food, energy, water and environmental issues intersect.

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Resource

Research // WEF Nexus Research Group

Global shifts in risks and the changes associated with water, energy, and food securities are the focus of the TAMU Water-Energy-Food Research Group. Special attention is paid to the interconnectedness of these three primary resource portfolios. The WEF Nexus builds on the integrated water resources management and introduces an holistic, transdisciplinary, inclusive multi-stakeholder platform for resource allocation.

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FE2W Network
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Initiative // FE2W Network: Food Energy Environemt Water

FE2W is a group of leading experts from universities, multilateral organisations and non-government organisations committed to addressing the world's food, energy, environment and water challenges. Its motto is "Understand Risks - Engage Decision-Makers - Enable Action".

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Water, Food and Energy
Organisations & Networks

Website // Water, Food and Energy

Competing Demands

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Large-Scale Irrigation - Understanding Energy-Water-Food Connections
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Website // Large-Scale Irrigation - Understanding Energy-Water-Food Connections

A MIT team is providing new understanding of the growing interconnections among three critical resources: energy, water, and food. The work focuses on Pakistan's Indus Basin.

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Scarcity in a Time of Surplus: Free Water and Energy Cause Food Waste and Power Shortage in India
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Website // Scarcity in a Time of Surplus: Free Water and Energy Cause Food Waste and Power Shortage in India

As a result of farm policy that ensures a glut of food – India threatens its water supply, wastes energy, drains its treasury, and adds to its growing fiscal deficit.

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