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Interactive Overview – The Environment Nexus: Your Digital Ecosystem

30 Jun 2013

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With the support of the European Parliament, the IIEA has built The Environment Nexus, an online hub, or digital ecosystem, for EU environment policy and the water-energy-food nexus. This infographic brings together the top pieces of content from the Environment Nexus project.

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In late 2012, the IIEA embarked on a project with the aim of communicating issues surrounding water, energy and food policy, and in particular on the crucial interdependence between these areas. The project, The Environment Nexus, promotes Nexus Thinking – a new, integrated approach to policy-making that recognises the interconnections between water, energy, climate change, agriculture and food security.


The project brings together leading policy experts and top graphic designers to present environmental issues in an innovative way. The project website contains video interviews, animations, interactive infographics, country comparisons, voting polls, frequently asked questions, short articles and analytical policy reports that explain some of the most important environmental issues facing Ireland and the EU.


This content forms part of the Environment Nexus project, which is co-financed bDG Communication of the European Parliament.




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