Kirsty Blackstock (The James Hutton Institute – Aberdeen, Scotland), made several contributions related to the MAGIC project at the 2016 Annual International Conference of the Royal Geographical Society to take place at the Imperial College London on August 31 – September 2.
Following the titles of the three presentations and the related session: Who feels the magic? Relational spaces within nexus policy studies (Relational geographies of Participation session), Tackling the Nexus using a Post-Normal Science approach to Social Metabolism Modelling (Water Energy and Food Nexus: Dealing with a wicked problem? (3): WEF NEXUS Thinking: Views from different scales and perspectives session), Quantitative Story Telling at the European Commission: new method, same challenges for nexus policy studies (Be constructive! Situating sustainability research at the nexus of positivism and reflective positionality session).
A wrap-up of the latter can be also found in this blog post.