Food, Energy, Water (FEW) Security

"Anticipatory Governance of Regime Shifts in Social Ecological Systems: Building Resilience to Climate Change from People to the Planet"

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The U.S. Department of State and the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board are pleased to announce that Professor Asim Zia of University of Vermont has received a Fulbright Global Scholar award to Pakistan, Israel and Ecuador. Professor Zia will be hosted by Pakistan Institute of Development...

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In complex socio-ecological systems, the nexus of Food-Energy-Water (FEW) Security is essential to creating resilient communities and countries, and a resilient world in the face of an increasingly challenging global problems. FEW security is essential for sustainable development, as all being...

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Transboundary Water In-Cooperation Network (TWIN) is a network of grassroots organizations, academic & scientific institutions, and individuals sharing a vision of Our mission is to strengthen and mobilize existing organizational networks that work locally, nationally and globally towards ‘...

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The Arctic Study project will examine the emerging dynamic in the Arctic among environmental, energy, and national security interests.  The Arctic region encompasses fragile and shifting ecosystems supporting numerous seasonal and year-round species of interest, and supporting these species...

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This project is is the pioneering idea of IEDS Fellow, Dr. Anna Grichting, a landscape architect and environmental planner based in Geneva, Switzerland. The spark for this project came during the the course of Anna Grichting’s doctoral research at the Harvard School of Design, by a publication...

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