2013/11/13 Dresden, Germany
Here you can find all introductory talks, presentations and case studies that were held and presented at the International Kick-off Workshop on Advancing a Nexus Approach to the sustainable management of Water, Soil and Waste.
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Session 1 of the International Kick-off Workshop focused on “Opportunities for adopting a nexus approach to the management of environmental resources and its relevance to the envisaged sustainable development goals and the post-2015 development agenda”.
Session 2 of the International Kick-off Workshop focused on “Challenges for the nexus approach in managing water, soil and waste under conditions of global change”
Session 3 of the International Kick-off Workshop focused on “Capacity Development for research and education programmes addressing the nexus, in particular teaching and training programmes”.
Session 4 of the International Kick-off Workshop focused on “Institutional arrangements and governance structures that advance the nexus approach to management of environmental resources”.
Improving environmental resources management by a nexus approach — by Peter Krebs (TUD) (1.2 MB PDF) An Integrated Approach for Developing Sustainable Development Goals – Relevance to Environmental Resource Management — by Sunday Leonard (UNEP) (1.1 MB PDF) The Water, Food and Energy Nexus in Transboundary River Basins – Incentives for Cross-sector Coordination — by Waltina Scheumann (DIE) (1.1 MB PDF) Connecting people with the nexus – Engaging Stakeholders in Sustainable Management of Water-Soil-Waste — by Uchita de Zoysa (CED) (1.2 MB PDF) Applying the nexus approach in the context of waste water irrigation and livelihood provision – benefits and challenges — by Zita Sebesvari (UNU-EHS) (888.8 KB PDF) The concept of landscape sensitivity as a means of managing landscape perturbations — by Fritz Haubold (TUD) (1.3 MB PDF) Opportunities for adopting a nexus approach to the management of environmental resources in urban areas — by Graham Alabaster (UN-HABITAT) (2.5 MB PDF)
Nexus thinking for decision makers – present and future management challenges — by Danka Thalmeinerova (GWP) (1.3 MB PDF) The Food-Water-Energy Nexus – Cooperation on resource security in a Multi-Polar World — by Michele Ferenz (EWI) (3.0 MB PDF) Methodological challenges for a nexus approach under global change conditions – Findings from IWRM research — by Jochen Schanze (IOER) (1.4 MB PDF) Integrating management of water resources demand and supply in irrigated agriculture – challenges and potentials — by Niels Schütze (TUD) (3.4 MB PDF) Nexus approach to adaptation of urban areas to climate changes — by Cedo Maksimovic (Imperial College) (6.1 MB PDF) Detailed-Scale Mapping of Soil Moisture and Landslide-Proneness Using spaceborne Sensors — by Manfred Buchroithner (TUD) (3.4 MB PDF) Global Change and Water – How far can the Nexus Approach help to meet Future Challenges — by Stefan Uhlenbrook (UNESCO-IHE) (2.1 MB PDF)
Snotty Shimla – Past Imperfect, Present Tense — by Deepak Sanan (India) (701.3 KB PDF) Towards Nexus Approach – Selected Case Studies around the World –Ethiopia, China, Uzbekistan and Serbia — by Alisher Mirzabaev (IPSWaT) (1.5 MB PDF) Challenge of the sustainable water and waste management in Mongolia — by Dorsjuren Ariuntuya (Mongolia) (902.9 KB PDF) Water, waste and soil management practices in Mauritius and prospects for their integrated management — by Vikram Seebaluck (University of Mauritius) (1.1 MB PDF) Case Studies on Opportunities In Adopting Nexus Approach in the Agriculture and NRM Sector — by Sheikh Javed Ahmed (AfDB) (1.3 MB PDF)
Applied research for development – Let’s talk business — by Pay Drechsel (IWMI) (1.4 MB PDF) Novel Approaches to Address the Energy-Water Nexus in Waterscarce Regions — by Manfred Lange (Cyprus Institute) (3.5 MB PDF) The Water-Energy-Food Nexus – Enhancing Adaptive Capacity to Complex Global Challenges — by Christopher Scott (University of Arizona) (1.1 MB PDF) New Ways for implementing decentralized Wastewater Treatment Concepts — Roland Müller (UFZ) (1.9 MB PDF) The Nexus is there, but needs refinement – defining a ‘niche’ for UNU-FLORES — Johan Bouma (940.4 KB PDF) Integrating research and education in addressing water-soil-waste nexus — by Manzoor Qadir (UNU-INWEH) (931.0 KB PDF) Tapping the internet resource to advance the soil-water-waste nexus agenda — Francis Gichuki (University of Nairobi) (821.4 KB PDF) Water-Land-Waste Nexus Issues in the Arab Region — by Khaled Abu Zeid (CEDARE) (2.8 MB PDF) Climate Change Adaptation The Soil-Water Nexus — by Rolf Baur (CIPSEM) (1.2 MB PDF)
Nexus approach – challenges and lessons for institutional design — by Timothy O. Williams (IWMI-Africa) (941.4 KB PDF) Strategies for soil ecosystem services and landscape planning — by Wolfgang Wende (IOER) (1.7 MB PDF) Rethinking institutional and governance frameworks for effective water, soil and waste nexus by Elias Ayuk (UNU-INRA) (912.7 KB PDF) Cross-disciplinary Institutional Capacity Development with the Interagency Mechanism UN-Water — by Jens Liebe (UNW-DPC) (2.0 MB PDF) Building a NEXUS through WASH micro-financing — by Dorcas Mbuvi (UNU-EHS) (1.4 MB PDF) Results Based Financing and its potential role assisting to advance the Nexus approach — by Mario Suardi (801.5 KB PDF) How to ensure that the UNFCCC reaches local land users – Methodological aspects and first outcomes of research projects — by Jürgen Pretzsch (TUD) (2.9 MB PDF)
Water Point Mapping System (WPMS) Governance and Service Delivery. Case Study – Tanzania Rural Water Supply — by Joash Nyitambe (Tanzania) (1.2 MB PDF) Managing Water Soil and Waste, the Case of Uganda — by Hon. M. Flavia Nabugere (Uganda) (1.1 MB PDF)