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Water scarcity affects drylands, threatening their food security, while the oil and gas industry produces significant and increasing volumes of produced water that could be partly reused for agricultural irrigation in these regions.

Source: Agricultural Water Management
Date: July 2018

In aiming to achieve economic and environmentally sustainable production, a compromise has to be found between water use, waste discharge, energy consumption and productivity, according to the authors of this paper.

Source: Aquacultural Engineering (Volume 81)
Date: May 2018

This paper explores the relevance of existing and ongoing scholarship within the water community, as well as current research needs, for (1) understanding energy-water-food nexus processes and systems and (2) implementing solutions through innovations in technologies, infrastructures and policies

Source: Advances in Water Resources
Date: January 2018

This case study examines the possibility of generating, by a solar industrial process heating plant, the thermal energy required annually by an existing factory in Sicily (Italy) that produces durum wheat pasta.

Source: Energy Conversion and Management
Date: June 2018

This commentary argues the perspective that the U.S. Budget Bill passed by the House and Senate in mid-February 2018 will shape funding for energy technologies for the next decade.

Source: International Energy Agency
Date: March 2018

The People's Republic of China's 13th Five Year Plan is characterized by a shift from intensive growth to an increased focus on efficiency and long-term sustainability.

Source: Asian Development Bank

This report notes that there is lower investment in carbon capture and storage (CCS) than in renewable energy technologies, and that there is a need to mobilize private sector investment to close this gap.

Source: International Energy Agency

The authors of this feasibility study aim to identify at least one technically feasible CCS chain (capture, transport and storage) and its cost estimates.

Source: Norway Ministry of Petroleum and Energy

This paper describes Phase I of the World Bank Group’s technical assistance project for the development of carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) in Mexico.

Source: World Bank Group

This database provides access to a variety of publications about the state of carbon capture and storage. Databases entries are broken down into discrete repositories.

Source: Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute, Ltd.