Junior researcher ‘global freshwater biodiversity modelling

Global trends in human population and the economy are expected to increase demands for water, energy and food worldwide. Combined with the ongoing climate change, these increasing demands challenge the sustainable and equitable use of natural resources and threaten biodiversity. A better understanding of the connections and feedbacks in the nexus of water, energy, food and biodiversity over multiple spatio-temporal scales and across institutional borders is key for adapting to the sustainability..
27-04-2021 08:10