CentrEau Hebd'Eau. The Food-Energy-Water nexus in the context of global change: The example of the Western United States.

Oct. 5, 2022
Webinaire Herb'Eau


CentrEau, the Quebec Water Management Research Center, is a Quebec cluster of water experts. It brings together researchers and graduate students from 12 different institutions. It is financed by the Fonds de recherche du Québec - Nature et technologies (FRQNT) as part of the Strategic Clusters program. CentrEau is hosting its 55rd webinar of the Hebd'Eau series entitled « The Water-Energy-Food Nexus in the Context of Global Change: The Example of the Western United States ».

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Speaker:  Prof. David Blanchon, professor of geography at the University of Paris Nanterre.

When: October 20th, 2022 at 1:00PM HNE (Zoom)

Language : French, with a French slideshow

Summary: The Water-Energy-Food Nexus is a conceptual tool that, according to its designers, allows all dimensions of water-related problems to be taken into account. This presentation, using the example of the Southwestern United States, will attempt to answer two questions:

  • How does the NEXUS allow us to understand the serious water crisis that this region is currently experiencing?
  • Does the concept of NEXUS provide clues to respond to it?

Don't miss the entire series of CentrEau Hebd'Eau webinars "All about water management". The webinars are short 20-minute presentations where CentrEau professors and researchers, as well as guest speakers, present their research and its importance in a semi-popularized manner. They are followed by a brief Q&A period and are held live every other Thursday at 1 p.m. Check out the previous webinars on our YouTube Channel.



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Nov. 17th, 2022 To come Daniel Nadeau
Dec. 1st, 2022 To come Laurence Labelle and Janie Masse-Dufresne
Dec. 15th, 2022 Expanded Use of Rainwater in Buildings Émilie Bédard


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