Resources

SDGs

Article // Tackling agricultural water pollution - a 21st-century challenge

This article was originially published by Rural21 (rural21.com), an international journal for rural development, and has been re-published here with their friendly permission. It delves into the problem of agricultural water pollution and its related costs, which are rising dramatically in regions all over the world.

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Ecosystems / WEFE Nexus

Publication // Integrated modelling and management of water resources: the ecosystem perspective on the nexus approach

By Hülsmann, S., Sušnik, J., Rinke, K., Langan, S., van Wijk, D., Janssen, A. B., & Mooij, W. M. (2019). This publication was developed by the SIM4Nexus project (https://www.sim4nexus.eu) and has been re-published here with their friendly permission. It gives an introduction towards aquatic ecosystem modelling approaches, and the valuable role they can provide when assessing the water-energy-food Nexus.

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Sanitation and Wastewater

Article // Marginal-quality waters for irrigation in water-scarce areas

This is an article that was originally published by Rural21 (rural21.com), an international journal for rural development, and has been re-published here with their friendly permission. It covers the prospect of using water of marginal quality to increase agricultural production in areas which are particularly under threat when it comes to water scarcity.

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Events

Foro Virtual Nexo Regional // Marcos Normativos e Institucionales para el Nexo

¿Cómo puede el enfoque Nexo contribuir a desarrollar los marcos normativos e institucionales necesarios para implementar una perspectiva de Nexo entre agua, energía y alimentación? Únete al seminario web para aprender más sobre el tema.

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Governance

Article // Nexus governance – not so unique after all?

This article originally appeared on the MAGIC Nexus website (https://magic-nexus.eu/) and has been reposted here with their friendly permission. By Chelsea Jones and Jan Sindt (2020). It deals with one of the central problematic issues when it comes to the governance of the Nexus, that is, the diffculty to attach monetary values to Nexus benefits and the accountability of scientists and politicians for actions taken in the field.

 

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Ecosystems / WEFE Nexus

Article // The FE²W Network - Review and Outlook

This is a summary of a prospectus by the Food Energy Environment Water Network (www.fe2wnetwork.org) which has been reposted here with their friendly permission. It delivers an introduction towards the risk-assessment tool ROAD and its implementation as well as outcomes in several pilot projects and cases all over the world.

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Desalination

Article // Alternative water resources and the illusion of control

This article originally appeared on the MAGIC Nexus website (https://magic-nexus.eu/) and has been reposted here with their friendly permission. By Manrique, D.R., Cabello, V., and Pereira, A. G. (2020). It applies the theory of the "illusion of control" to recent field experiences gained in a case study with Alternative Water Resources (AWR).

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News

Publication // Moving from water problems to water solutions in a climate-challenged world

This is an abstract of an article that originally appeared in Rural21 (rural21.com), an international journal for rural development. It covers the opportunities and challenges the global community faces in regard to water resource management in the coming years. It is calling for an increase in integrated approaches like the Water-Energy-Food Nexus.

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Governance

Article // The power of best practice WEF Nexus cases

This article was originally published on the IUCN website (iucn.org) and has been re-published here with their friendly permission. It deals with the question of how the Water-Energy-Food (WEF) Nexus can support an expansion of development possibilities in times of increasing competition over water, energy and food resources?

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Ecosystems / WEFE Nexus

Publication // An impact analysis of population growth on energy‐water‐food‐land nexus for ecological sustainable development in Rwanda

By Imasiku, K. and Ntagwirumugara, E. (2019). This research article analyzes the ecological balance of human activities in Rwanda and how policymakers have increasingly emphasized on energy–water–food nexus sectors separately without integrating land usage and population growth, which might pose an even more critical situation if left unattended to.

 

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