This research seeks firstly to identify and help decision-makers visualize reservoir management strategies which result in the best possible (Pareto-optimal) allocation of benefits between sectors.
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Sustainable development and growth can be achieved by better management of the world's ecosystems and a more strategic use of water, land and other natural resources.
This study provides introduces the concept of the resource nexus, general limitations of energy systems modelling tools and an overview of specific tools that have been or could potentially be used in addressing the nexus.
This self-paced course was developed for social development and energy specialists, policymakers, practitioners and members of civil society interested in learning about the linkages between gender equality and energy using recent research, data and country-level experiences.
This slide presentation on the energy-water nexus' challenges and opportunities includes information on present and future challenges and potential solutions to those.
This paper evaluates data on fish consumption collected in Bangladesh by the International Food Policy Research Institute in 1996-1977 and 2006-20077 to assess changing patterns of fish consumption and their implications for food and nutrition security.
This paper quantifies this water dependency with respect to food consumption in nine cities in the five Nordic countries (Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Iceland), by means of the water footprint concept.
This analysis employs an original water and cost model to evaluate the water market in Texas and the potential for cross-sectoral collaboration on water efficiency improvements through a case study of the Lower Rio Grande Valley in Texas.
This paper establishes tradeoff frontiers (TFs) as a method useful in illustrating the system-level tradeoffs between allocating water for food and water for energy.
This article looks at the nexus through the lens of the Italian BES (Benessere Equo e Sostenibile) modeling framework. While focusing on food, linkages with water and energy are reviewed and investigated.