Sustainability in the Water Energy Food Nexus

 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 19. April 2018
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  • 246 Seiten
 
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It is beyond doubt that the interconnectedness between food, energy, water security and environmental sustainability exists and is getting amplified with increased globalization. It has been recognized that efforts to address only one part of a systemic problem by neglecting other inherently interlinked aspects may not lead to desirable and sustainable outcomes. In this perspective, policy- and decision- making requires a nexus approach that reduces trade-offs and builds synergies across sectors, and helps to reduce costs and increase benefits for humans and nature compared to independent approaches to the management of water, energy, food and the environment. In the past, work related to the Nexus has looked at the interactions between water and food or water and energy, but there has been a reluctance to bring forward a broader systematic perspective that captures the multiple sectors and resource dependencies while understanding its cost to the environment if we neglect these linkages. This book is a compilation of thirteen papers published previously as a special issue of Water International, contains significant pieces of work on the W-E-F nexus focusing on relevant tools, solutions and governance at local and broader human scales.

  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
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978-1-315-40880-4 (9781315408804)

Anik Bhaduri, Sustainable Water Future Programme, Brisbane,Australia

Claudia Ringler, International Food Policy Research Institute

Ines Dombrowsky, German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)

Rabi Mohtar, Texas AM University, USA

Waltina Scheumann , German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)

Introduction
Sustainability in the water-energy-food nexus
<i>Anik Bhaduri, Claudia Ringler, Ines Dombrowski, Rabi Mohtar and Waltina Scheumann</i>


<i>1. The impact of water users' associations on the productivity of irrigated agriculture in Pakistani Punjab
<i>Dawit K. Mekonnen, Hira Channa and Claudia Ringler</i> </i>


<i>2. Water-energy-food (WEF) Nexus Tool 2.0: guiding integrative resource planning and decision-making
<i>Bassel T. Daher and Rabi H. Mohtar</i> </i>


<i>3. Bioenergy, food security and poverty reduction: trade-offs and synergies along the water-energy-food security nexus
<i>Alisher Mirzabaev, Dawit Guta, Jann Goedecke, Varun Gaur, Jan Boerner, Detlef Virchow, Manfred Denich and Joachim von Braun </i></i>


<i><i>4. Application of a water-energy-food nexus framework for the Duero river basin in Spain
<i>Beatriz Mayor, Elena Lopez-Gunn, Fermin I. Villarroya and Esperanza Montero</i> </i></i>


<i><i>5. Reuse of oil and gas produced water in south-eastern New Mexico: resource assessment, treatment processes, and policy
<i>Enid J. Sullivan Graham, Anne C. Jakle and F. David Martin</i> </i></i>


<i><i>6. Water-energy-food nexus in a transboundary context: the Euphrates-Tigris river basin as a case study
<i>Aysegul Kibaroglu and Sezin Iba Gursoy</i> </i></i>


<i><i>7. Water-food-energy nexus in Chile: the challenges due to global change in different regional contexts
<i>Francisco J. Meza, Sebastian Vicuna, Jorge Gironas, David Poblete, Francisco Suarez and Melanie Oertel </i></i></i>


<i><i><i>8. How would the Rogun Dam affect water and energy scarcity in Central Asia?
<i>Maksud Bekchanov, Claudia Ringler, Anik Bhaduri and Marc Jeuland</i> </i></i></i>


<i><i><i>9. Governance of transitions towards sustainable development - the water-energy-food nexus in Cyprus
<i>Johannes Halbe, Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Manfred A. Lange and Christina Velonis</i> </i></i></i>


<i><i><i>10. The water-energy-food (WEF) security nexus: the policy perspective of Bangladesh
<i>Animesh K. Gain, Carlo Giupponi and David Benson</i> </i></i></i>


<i><i><i>11. Where is the power? Transnational networks, authority and the dispute over the Xayaburi Dam on the Lower Mekong Mainstream
<i>Oliver Hensengerth</i> </i></i></i>

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