The Texas A&M University Water-Energy-Food Nexus Initiative (WEFNI) is composed of Texas A&M University scientists who are committed to finding solutions to the nexus grand challenges. These scientists and educators will make up multidisciplinary teams that share their skills, knowledge and scientific abilities to produce the necessary analytics, grounded in state-of-the-art science, and able to provide a platform to facilitate inclusive stakeholder dialogues at local, regional and global levels.
View the fact sheet for a summary of the WEF Nexus Initiative.
To find out more about the WEF Nexus initiative please follow this link to the full WEF Nexus Initiative website. If you are interested in joining the community of practice please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Milestones of WEFNI since 2015
Solutions at the Nexus of Food, Energy and Water (FEW) Systems: Findings from the 2017 FEW Nexus Workshop and Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue on Integrated Science, Engineering, and Policy College Station, Texas | January 26-27, 2017 NSF-FEW Nexus Dialoge Workshop ExecSumm
Town halls – Supporting the planning for Water-Energy-Food Resources Nexus in San Antonio and surrounding regions November 2016 | April 2017 San Antonio Case Studies
Water Forum and Tech Roadmap, San Antonio, TX | November 17-18, 2015 Water_Forum_Rept_Nov2015
WEF Nexus Initiative Launch, College Station, TX | October 8, 2015 WEFNI Launch_EBooklet
TAMUS/Future Earth Water-Energy-Food Nexus Workshop, Washington D.C. | June 13, 2015 June 2105 TAMUS-Futureearth ExecSumm