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"The language of the nexus highlights the need for interconnected thinking between the natural and social sciences, and between the research community and decision makers. By bringing together such an outstanding range of thinkers and perspectives from across the world, Routledge Handbook of the Resource Nexus looks set to become an indispensable volume for all those engaged in these debates. It sets out with admirable clarity the theoretical, empirical and research underpinnings of this field, and will provide nexus brokers and boundary-spanners with the intellectual tools they need to achieve tangible progress." - James Wilsdon, Professor of Research Policy, University of Sheffield, UK and Director, ESRC Nexus Network "No energy myopia, no water myopia and no food cry of alarm, but a great handbook addressing the mutual relations." - Ernst von Weizsacker, Past Co-Chair, International Resource Panel "This handbook provides a qualified response, given by key experts, to the recurring question of what the Resource Nexus actually means. That nexus is presented as a useful heuristic for addressing the new challenges of the Anthropocene and for evidence-based support of a sustainability transition. Integrative methods and tools for systemic resource management and governance are illustrated, adaptable to a wide range of thematic and geographic contexts and scales." - Prof. Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, Director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Germany and Senior Research Fellow at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, Sweden "[the handbook is] a massive volume packed with 32 interesting and thought-provoking chapters researched and written by over 50 contributors" - Anton Loef, in Mineral Economics (March, 2019)
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Raimund Bleischwitz is Chair in Sustainable Global Resources and Deputy Director at the UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources, University College London, UK. Holger Hoff has a joint appointment as a Senior Researcher in the Resources and Development Group at the Stockholm Environment Institute, Sweden, and in the Research Domain "Earth System Analysis" at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Germany. Catalina Spataru is a Lecturer on Energy Systems and Networks and Director of the MRes course Energy Demand Studies at UCL Energy Institute, University College London, UK. Ester van der Voet is an Associate Professor of Industrial Ecology at the Institute of Environmental Sciences, Leiden University, The Netherlands. She is also a member of the UN International Resource Panel. Stacy D. VanDeveer is a Professor of Global Governance and Human Security at the McCormack School of Policy and Global Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston, USA.
Part I: Understanding the resource nexus: Setting scenes The Resource Nexus: Preface and Introduction Raimund Bleischwitz, Holger Hoff, Catalina Spataru, Ester van der Voet, Stacy D. VanDeveer Appreciating wider environmental angles Kaysara Khatun and Gloria Salmoral Scales and the resource nexus Corey Johnson and Stacy D. VanDeveer Security, climate change and the resource nexus Bassel Daher, Sanghyun Lee, Rabi H. Mohtar, Jeremiah O. Asaka and Stacy D. VanDeveer Part II: Analysing the resource nexus: Tools and metrics Life Cycle Assessment for resource nexus analysis Ester van der Voet and Jeroen B. Guinee Linking society and nature: material flows and the resource nexus Anke Schaffartzik and Dominik Wiedenhofer Resource footprints Stefan Giljum, Martin Bruckner and Stephan Lutter Input-Output analysis and resource nexus assessment Arnold Tukker and David Font Vivanco Material criticality assessment and resource nexus analysis Gavin M. Mudd Industrial Ecology Methods and the Resource Nexus Ester van der Voet Part III: Resource nexus modelling: Practices and future transformations Integrating environmental and social impacts with Ecosystem services analysis Perrine Hamel, Benjamin Bryant, Becky Chaplin-Kramer and Adrian Vogl Modelling practices from local to global Enrique Kremers, Andreas Koch and Jochen Wendel Global change and K-waves: exploring nexus patterns Markku Wilenius Foresight and scenarios: modelling practices and resource nexus assessment Gerd Ahlert, Martin Distelkamp and Mark Meyer Extending macro-economic modelling into the resource nexus Alvaro Calzadilla and Ramiro Parrado The five-node resource nexus dynamics: an integrated modelling approach Catalina Spataru Part IV: International political economy and the resource nexus The resource nexus in an uncertain world: a non-equilibrium perspective Shilpi Srivastava and Jeremy Allouche Mining and the resource nexus David Humphreys Scarcities, supply and new resource curses? Raimund Bleischwitz and Jun Rentschler The international commodity trade: Stylized facts Vincenzo de Lipsis, Paolo Agnolucci and Raimund Bleischwitz Rare Earth Elements and a resource nexus perspective Eva Bartekova Governing land in the Global South Julia Tomei and Darshini Ravindranath Part V: Applying the resource nexus: Regional and Global Scale Elements of the Water-Energy-Food nexus in China Philip Andrews-Speed and Carole Dalin The Energy-Materials nexus: the case of metals Ester v.d Voet, Rene Kleijn and Gavin M. Mudd Unconventional oil and gas production meets the resource nexus Tim Boersma and Philip Andrews-Speed Feeding Africa: Nexus-related opportunities, challenges and policy options Timothy O. Williams, Fred Kizito and Marloes M. Mul The five node resource nexus at sea Tundi Agardy Part VI: Governing the resource nexus: Emerging responses Urban metabolism and new urban governance Corey Johnson Eco-innovation and resource nexus challenges: Ambitions and evidence Michal Miedzinski, Will McDowall and Raimund Bleischwitz Green Chemistry: Opportunities, waste and food supply chains Avtar Matharu, Eduardo Melo and Joseph A. Houghton California Innovations @ WEN Blas L. Perez Henriquez The UN, Global Governance and the SDGs Maria Ivanova and Natalia Escobar-Pemberthy