Kirsty Blackstock (The James Hutton Institute, Scotland) presented MAGIC's research on 'Quantifying Material Flows in the Governance of the Water-Energy-Food Nexus' at the RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, London, on 31 August 2018 in the workshop session "Adaptive management and governance of the food-energy-water-environment Nexus" (details on session program here). This session of talks, co-organized by Kirsty Blackstock (James Hutton Institute, UK), Pete Barbrook-Johnson (University of Surrey, UK), and Adam Hejnowicz (University of York, UK), brought together various nexus projects and initiatives, including MAGIC, CECAN, and SUNEX. Talks were followed by a second (discussion) session, led by Chad Staddon (SUNEX), reflecting on what collective insights and common themes emerging from the presentations can be used to develop a suite of insights to inform emerging directions and recommendations for innovative governance at the Nexus. The outcomes of the discussion session are available on the blog of CECAN.
Kirsty's presentation is available in our document repository.