UNCERTAINTIES OF FUTURE UK DOMESTIC WATER, ENERGY AND FOOD CONSUMPTION
Open Invitation to Workshops at the University of Leeds and University of Cambridge
There is high uncertainty on drivers affecting future UK domestic consumption of water, food and energy, and the inter-dependencies between both drivers and dimensions of the “Nexus”. In a series of two workshops scheduled on November 23rd (University of Leeds) and December 8th (University of Cambridge), we aim to better clarify and map these issues and their relevance to decision making and policy at the national and EU level.
NOTE: As of 18th Nov 2015, invitations were sent to individuals who expressed interest in the workshop. We still have a few places reserved for people of complementary expertise and backgrounds. Please fill in the form but also send an email to the organizer Dr. Guy Ziv.
To express interest in joining one or both workshops, please complete ALL fields below:
What is your name?
Surname, First name
Please write an email address we can contact:
What is your organization?
What position do you hold within your organization?
Which are your areas of expertise?
What is your academic expertise/background
e.g. physical sciences, modelling, economics, policy, human geography
Please write a short (<300 characters) description on your potential contribution to the workshops
Please indicate your interest and availability in the two workshops
The first workshop (23 Nov) will bring in ~30 academic and non-academic experts to list key drivers and inter-connections affecting UK domestic consumption of water, energy and food. The outputs of that workshop will be used in a smaller follow up workshop (December 8th 2015, Cambridge University) in which an analytical model will used to test and to forecast how the UK domestic water, energy and food demand will change under different assumptions and scenarios
I am interested to participate in the workshop on 23 November at the University of Leeds
I am interested to participate in the workshop on 8 December at the University of Cambridge
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