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In the third in the series of posts on the Guardian political science blog, Michael Bradshaw, Declan Conway and Hayley Leck investigate a nexus approach to global challenges.
In the post, they say
The urgent need for joined up approaches to policy and practice lies at the heart of nexus thinking. It’s an approach which applies at all levels of society; from local competition over access to water for irrigation or livestock, to global connections between policy on biofuels, food and water security.
Michael Bradshaw is professor of global energy at Warwick Business School and author of‘Global Energy Dilemmas’. Declan Conway is professorial fellow at the Grantham Research Institute for Climate Change and the Environment, and works on climate change adaptation in developing countries. Hayley Leck is a post-doctoral researcher at the Grantham Research Institute for Climate Change and the Environment, where she works on the institutional and social dimensions of climate change adaptation.
Read the full article on the Guardian political science blog.