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Multi-Actor Working Groups as Fora for WEF Nexus Innovation and Resilience

Ebun Akinsete, Lydia Stergiopoulou, Nouran El Said and Phoebe Koundouri
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Ebun Akinsete: ICRE8

No 2219, DEOS Working Papers from Athens University of Economics and Business

Abstract: This paper presents a stakeholder engagement framework, which is built on the systems innovation approach (SIA). The framework is developed to facilitate a decision-analytic platform, structured on a multi-level integrated WEF (water-energy-food) model in order to better understand the multi-sectoral WEF trade-offs, capitalize on potential synergies, and explore the interdependencies as well as feedback across a hierarchy of three spatial scales: (i) micro level, the demonstration site, (ii) meso level, the Nile River basin, (iii) macro level, the Mediterranean region. Operating in the space of multi-actor working groups (MAWGs), stakeholders are guided to identify and examine the WEF Nexus drivers of change, while considering the local ecosystem services and validating project findings.

Keywords: multi-actor working groups (MAWGs); systems innovation approach; multi-sectoral WEF trade-offs (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2022-07-25
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