Developing sustainable future cities depends on the opportunities to optimally integrate and mobilize food, water and energy (FWE) resources in a synergistic way to reduce water, carbon, and ecological footprints, and to increase the community resilience against challenges exacerbated by climate change, population growth, and resources depletion.
ENLARGE – Enabling large-scale adaptive integration of technology hubs to enhance community resilience through decentralized urban FWE nexus decision support
Contact: Dr. Edo Abraham, Delft University of Technology, Dr. Ni-Bin Chang, University of Central Florida
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Budget: 1.072.421 €
Partners: Delft University of Technology, Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions, University of Central Florida, IRSTEA, ECOSEC, ECOFILAE, University of Florida, Florida Solar Energy Center, Southeast Florida Regional Climate ChangeCompact – Resilient Redesign, Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction Miami, National Taiwan University, Taipei City Government, Ecological Sequestration Trust