Call for abstracts and session proposals
Abstracts for papers and case studies can focus on, but are not limited to:
- Case studies documenting the interface between two or more elements of the WEFE Nexus, e.g. water and energy, water and food, food and energy
- The politics and governance of the urban Nexus at different spatial-temporal scales
- Methodological approaches to studying and implementing the urban nexus in resilience initiatives
- Theoretical contributions to the conceptualisation of urban resilience and the urban nexus
Please make sure your abstract does not exceed 250 words.
We also welcome additional suggestions for paper-presenting sessions, panel discussions, paper review sessions as well as studio or case-study sessions. We expect session lengths to be between 60 – 90 minutes. Make sure your proposal does not exceed 400 words.