The second biennial EnergyWaterFoodNexus (EWFN) International Summit is coming to Orlando Fall 2017.

The nexus approach is based on the premise that an action in one sector impacts the other. Therefore, the search for solutions must simultaneously investigate all three elements in a new science enterprise. Join our global science enterprise. Together we can spark innovation, unearthing solutions for global sustainability.

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Join leading entrepreneurs, scientists, and policy-makers from around the world as we gather to spark innovation and unearth solutions for global sustainability.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Mayor Buddy Dyer, City of Orlando

    “Orlando is the most sustainable city in the Southeast and I am committed to transforming it into one of the most sustainable cities in all of America. When it comes to climate change, I believe that local action can have a significant global impact. . . . Working together with cities around the world, we are doing all that we can to ensure that we protect our natural resources and amenities for our residents and future generations to come.”

  • Elmira Mangum, President of Florida A&M University

    “At Florida A&M, sustainability is more than a buzzword; it has been a part of our history since designation as a Land Grant agricultural university in 1890. As a research institution with expertise in renewable energy, water quality and food science, we will lead the charge on the nexus approach by breaking silos to spark creative collaborations and accelerate innovation, while training a future generation of problem solvers."

Interested in presenting at the Summit, or being published in the new International Journal of EWFN?

Submit your abstracts by July 31, 2017!

 

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