The water-energy-land nexus under climate change: from adaptation and mitigation case studies to services, products and implementation challenges.

11:15 Wednesday 29 May


Room S8


Roger Cremades (Germany) 1; Ebun Akinsete (Greece) 2; Phoebe Koundouri (Greece) 2; Louisa Jane Di Felice (Spain) 3; Maddalena Ripa (Spain) 3; Mario Giampietro (Spain) 3; Nicu Constantin Tudose (Romania) 4; Mirabella Marin (Romania) 4; Serban Octavian Davidescu (Romania) 4; Cezar Ungurean (Romania) 4; Hermine Mitter (Austria) 5; Katrin Karner (Austria) 5; Erwin Schmid (Austria) 5; Muhamad Bahri (Germany) 1; Sorin Cheval (Romania) 6; Floor Brouwer (Netherlands) 7; Maíté Fournier (France) 8; Georgios Avgerinopoulos (Sweden) 9; Eunice Ramos (Sweden) 9; Janez Susnik (Netherlands) 10; Anabel Sànchez (Spain) 11; Annelies Broekman (Spain) 11; Diana Pascual (Spain) 11; Iñaki Torres Cobiá n (Spain) 11; Eduard Pla (Spain) 11; Tabea Lissner (Germany) 12

1 - Climate Service Center Germany, GERICS; 2 - International Centre for Research on the Environment and the Economy (ICRE8); 3 - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; 4 - National Research and Development Institute in Forestry 'Marin Dracea' - INCDS, Romania; 5 - University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna - BOKU; 6 - Henri Coandă" Air Force Academy; 7 - Wageningen Economic Research; 8 - ACTeon Environment Research & Consultancy, Office of Grenoble; 9 - Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm - KTH; 10 - IHE Delft Institute for Water Education; 11 - Centre for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications - CREAF; 12 - Climate Analytics

Contributing Authors

1. Roger Cremades, GERICS (Germany) – Climate Services and the water-energy-land nexus: if we fail on one, we will fail on the other?

2. Hermine Mitter, BOKU (Austria) – Integrated assessment of agricultural adaptation to climate change in a water-constrained region in Austria

3. Ebun Akinsete, ICRE8 (Greece) – Water-energy-food issues in the Zambezi river basin

4. Nicu Constantin Tudose, “Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy (Romania) – Identifying gaps on knowledge and methods in the intersection between climate services and nexus studies

5. Tabea Lissner, Climate Analytics (Germany) – Building resilient energy services systems: synergies and trade-offs between mitigation, adaptation and achieving the SDGs

6. Maddalena Ripa, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain) – A biophysical view of pathways to decarbonisation

7. Mirabella Marin, INCDS (Romania) – Forest management to decrease energy consumption for urban water supply in a mixed groundwater and surface water system

8. Floor Brouwer, Wageningen Economic Research (the Netherlands) – The Nexus concept for a resource efficient Europe; co-benefits of climate mitigation and adaptation measures

9. Muhamad Bahri, GERICS (Germany): The system dynamics of the nexus in the tourism sector

10. Elisabeth Viktor, GERICS (Germany): The GERICS Regional Modelling Toolkit: Towards an integrative modelling approach for science-based decisions to create cross-sectoral, regional climate adaptation