This Special Issue of the Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences brings together three papers that focus on giving a view into the (dis)connections and interventions between WEF resource flows, infrastructures, institutions and people in cities as well as contributing to the continued improvement of the conceptualizations of aspects of the urban WEF Nexus debate. All three contributions were first presented as part of the “Rethinking Resilience and Vulnerability at the Urban Nexus of Water-Energy-Food Conference” which took place in Wageningen in October 2018. The Conference brought together academics, policymakers, urban planners and water, food, energy and environment practitioners in civil society.
- Publication // Peri-urban territories and WEF nexus: the challenges of Brazilian agrarian reform areas for social justice
- Publication // The making of a sustainable food city in Barcelona: insights from the water, energy, and food urban nexus
- Publication // The conceptual basis of water-energy-food nexus governance: systematic literature review using network and discourse analysis