Co-Conveners: UNU-FLORES and UN-Habitat
Chair: Louise Karlberg, Stockholm Environment Institute
Anjanette Raymond on “Learning from Data: An Overview of Applications of Place-Based Observatories”
Bassel Daher, Rabi Mohtar, Kent Portney, Pistikopolis and McCarl on “Socio-Techno-Economic-Political (STEP) Solutions for Addressing Resource Nexus Hotspots”
Claudia Ringler on “The Water-Energy-Food Nexus: Implications for the Consultative Group on International Agriculture Research (CGIAR) Research Agenda”
Mathew Kurian on “Working Together on the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Target 6.3: The Case of the Wastewater Reuse Effectiveness Index (WREI)”
Graham Alabaster (via Skype) on “Integrated Monitoring of SDG 6.3: Lessons Learnt from Development, Validation, and Pilot-Testing of WREI”
This session aims to, examine the justification for systematic analysis of the Water-Energy-Food (WEF) Nexus Interactions and its potential to influence the global agenda in fields of agriculture and water and land management. Speakers will reflect on the role of place-based observatories in organising data, models and cases with the objective of building a robust evidence base for decision making in environmental management. They will share their experience and lessons learned from applying the nexus concept of trade-offs to develop, validate and pilot a monitoring methodology for Sustainable Development Goal Target 6.3 of the United Nations
See also the programme here.
The Nexus 2018 conference focuses on the Nexus Approach to water, food, energy, and climate. To learn of the other UNU-FLORES activities at this event go here.
Friday Conference Center at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
100 Friday Center Drive
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599-1020