Water, energy, food, and ecosystems (WEFE) are at the heart of long-term social and economic stability. However, integrated management of water, energy, and land resources remain a great challenge in the Western Balkans.

Renewable energy sources are the oldest, more reliable, and environmentally friendly. Particularly, hydropower remains the most valuable energy source. The estimated potential of renewable energy sources is enormous.

The fourth NEXUSNET blog “Turkey and the path towards European Green Deal – How could Resource Nexus help?” is now published by Ms Zeynep Ozkul, Senior Research Assistant, UNU-FLORES.

The third NEXUSNET blog “Salt Water Intrusions Impacts and Sustainable Management Measures” is now published by Dr. Alban Kuriqi, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa and Dr. Ismael Abdelaty, Water and Water Structures Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Zagazig University.

The second NEXUSNET blog ” Mykonos, Greece: Amazing place for networking with wonderful NEXUS people” is now published by Dr. Tamara Rađenović, Economist, Faculty of Occupational Safety, University of Niš.

The first NEXUSNET blog “Western Macedonia, Greece: A complex resource system to withstand the decarbonization shift” is now published by Dr. Dimitris Kofinas, Civil Engineer, Water Resources Management, University of Thessaly.