The water-energy-food nexus: lessons for governance

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Abstract

This chapter draws the learning points from the selected nations’ experience of integrating the nexus conceptualisation in governing the water, energy and food sectors. Among the critical governance areas that require attention are: the integration of climate change in all nexus considerations at all stages, from policy design to implementation; recommendation to depart from unidimensional approach to energy security, water security or food security and replace it with multidimensional; a suggestion to hold an ongoing transparent polylogue between all nexus network participants; securing network participants’ commitment to the outcomes for the water-energy-food nexus, rather than for a certain sector. The chapter also makes suggestions for future research.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPolicy and governance in the water-energy-food nexus
Subtitle of host publicationa relational equity approach
EditorsAnastasia Koulouri, Nikolai Mouraviev
PublisherRoutledge
Chapter10
Pages161-165
Number of pages5
ISBN (Print)9781138357372
Publication statusPublished - 13 Aug 2019

Publication series

NameEarthscan Studies in Natural Resource Management
PublisherRoutledge

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Mouraviev, N., & Koulouri, A. (2019). The water-energy-food nexus: lessons for governance. In A. Koulouri, & N. Mouraviev (Eds.), Policy and governance in the water-energy-food nexus: a relational equity approach (pp. 161-165). (Earthscan Studies in Natural Resource Management). Routledge.
Mouraviev, Nikolai ; Koulouri, Anastasia. / The water-energy-food nexus : lessons for governance. Policy and governance in the water-energy-food nexus: a relational equity approach. editor / Anastasia Koulouri ; Nikolai Mouraviev. Routledge, 2019. pp. 161-165 (Earthscan Studies in Natural Resource Management).
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Mouraviev, N & Koulouri, A 2019, The water-energy-food nexus: lessons for governance. in A Koulouri & N Mouraviev (eds), Policy and governance in the water-energy-food nexus: a relational equity approach. Earthscan Studies in Natural Resource Management, Routledge, pp. 161-165.

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Policy and governance in the water-energy-food nexus: a relational equity approach. ed. / Anastasia Koulouri; Nikolai Mouraviev. Routledge, 2019. p. 161-165 (Earthscan Studies in Natural Resource Management).

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Mouraviev N, Koulouri A. The water-energy-food nexus: lessons for governance. In Koulouri A, Mouraviev N, editors, Policy and governance in the water-energy-food nexus: a relational equity approach. Routledge. 2019. p. 161-165. (Earthscan Studies in Natural Resource Management).