Looking for evidence of how the United States' food, water and energy are connected? Here are a few statistics to illustrate the intersections.
When going green, consider these actions which can help ease tensions within the food/water/energy nexus.
In a preview of the Bonn2011 Conference, three experts recommend initiatives to address the interconnections within the water, energy and food security nexus.
Industrial agriculture is among the leading sources of water pollution in the United States today.
We're experiencing the food, water and energy nexus first-hand. The worst drought since 1956 will likely produce significant impacts on food and fuel prices and could cause urban water supplies in some regions of the country to dry up.
Ecocentric's Kyle Rabin is moderating a panel at the Brooklyn Food Conference today on the interrelated nature of food, water and energy systems, so we thought we'd share some facts with our readers who aren't able to attend.