Sustainable development as the ultimate target of adopting a nexus approach to resources management

Caucci, Serena, Zhang, Lulu, Locher-Krause, Karla and Hülsmann, Stephan, "Sustainable development as the ultimate target of adopting a nexus approach to resources management" in Sustainable Development and Resource Productivity. The Nexus Approaches ed. Lehmann, Harry (London: Routledge, 2020), 67-79.

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  • Author Caucci, Serena
    Zhang, Lulu
    Locher-Krause, Karla
    Hülsmann, Stephan
    Book Editor Lehmann, Harry
    Chapter Title Sustainable development as the ultimate target of adopting a nexus approach to resources management
    Book Title Sustainable Development and Resource Productivity. The Nexus Approaches
    Publication Date 2020
    Place of Publication London
    Publisher Routledge
    Start page 67
    End page 79
    Language eng
    Abstract Resource productivity is critical for achieving resource-based SDGs, namely food (SDG2), water (SDG 6) and energy (SDG 7) security, and important motivation for adopting a nexus approach. Other aspects of the nexus must, however, not be neglected in order to achieve sustainable development. Based on examples and case studies, we show the importance of considering (also) the social and environmental dimension when adopting a nexus approach. Integrating the social and environmental dimension implies the need for a participatory approach and explicit representation in nexus tools and scenarios. This chapter aims to highlight the necessity of including innovative tools such as ecosystem service and participatory approaches in the assessment of the WEF nexus to adopt resources management to achieve Sustainable development.
    UNBIS Thesaurus SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
    Copyright Holder The Authors
    Copyright Year 2020
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9780367429546
    DOI 10.4324/9781003000365
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