Food, energy, and water systems are inextricably intertwined, especially in drought-prone California. Managing these systems in an integrated way can improve outputs and efficiencies across agricultural, rural, and urban sectors. We work with scientists, economists, and engineers to develop robust understanding and improved management of the food, energy, and water nexus. See our 2015 National Science Foundation Workshop Report on Developing Intelligent Food, Energy, and Water Systems (executive summary, download report) for more information.
- Reducing the environmental impacts of FEW systems in and around cities
- STEM training for actionable research and global impact
- Biodiversity impacts embedded in food waste
- The co-production of the “Energy Transition” norm across scales: The case of the energy transition in Mexico