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Denys Bédarride
Monday 20 March 2023 Last update on Monday, March 20, 2023 At 7:20 PM

FEMISE, Euromed network bringing together more than 100 universities and research centers, with more than 800 experts in political and economic disciplines from all over the Mediterranean, and its partners are launching a Public Consultation on the evaluation of the best practices of the Water-Energy–food Nexus to be replicated in the Mediterranean region.

This public consultation on the WEF Nexus EEA has a triple objective and is part of the joint project, Technology transfer and capitalization of the Water-Energy-Food NEXUS (WEF-CAP), co-financed by the European Union in the framework of the ENI CBC MED programme.

1) Validate the results that have been produced so far by the project.

2) Engage stakeholders and policymakers in the process of streamlining evidence-based findings and developing recommendations.

3) Initiate debates between relevant actors at national and regional levels during upcoming events.

Whether you are a researcher, a decision-maker, an NGO, an entrepreneur or a practitioner, who is interested in the challenges of climate change, FEMISE invites you to participate in this public consultation by completing the questionnaire below, which will help identify the major challenges and take your expectations and recommendations into account.

Your participation in this survey is completely voluntary and will take approximately 20-25 minutes to complete and is available in 2 languages.

The #WEFNexusSurvey questionnaire will be open until April 3, 2023.

By completing the questionnaire and provided that you give your consent to the use of your personal data, you will be entered into a draw to win a fully paid trip to participate in the WEF-CAP project in Jordan.


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