A nexus perspective on competing land demands: Wider lessons from a UK policy case study

@inproceedings{Sharmina2016ANP,
  title={A nexus perspective on competing land demands: Wider lessons from a UK policy case study},
  author={Maria Sharmina and C Hoolohan and Alice Bows-Larkin and Paul J. Burgess and James A. Colwill and Paul Gilbert and David C. Howard and Jerry W. Knox and Kevin Anderson},
  year={2016}
}
  • Maria Sharmina, C Hoolohan, +6 authors Kevin Anderson
  • Published 2016
  • Economics
  • As nations develop policies for low-carbon transitions, conflicts with existing policies and planning tools are leading to competing demands for land and other resources. This raises fundamental questions over how multiple demands can best be managed. Taking the UK as an empirical example, this paper critiques current policies and practices to explore the interdependencies at the water-energy-food nexus. It considers how current land uses and related policies affect the UK’s resilience to… CONTINUE READING

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