“Resilience is understood as the system’s adaptive ability to maintain its functionality even when the system is being affected by a disturbance or shock; in WEF nexus systems, climate change impacts are considered disturbances/shocks and may affect the system in different ways, depending on its resilience.”

Our project partner Prof. Chrysi Laspidou from the University of Thessaly released a scientific publication which presents a resilience analysis framework for a water–energy–food nexus system under climate change and identifies how such systems can become more resilient with the implementation of policies.

Learn more and read the article here.