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Coupled Resource Management (REXUS)

Building on our work on the Foreseer1 and WholeSem2 projects, new research funded by the EU Horizon 2020 programme is getting underway to explore the interlinkages between water, energy, food and greenhouse gas emissions. This will involve developing the dynamic systems modelling tools needed to relate the flows and stocks relating to water, energy, food and climate systems with applications to the project case study areas, which are in the Lower Danube, Isonzo River (Italy-Slovenia), and Pinios River Basin (Greece). Our aim is to co-develop models, based on the various stakeholders’ problem framing through a participatory approach, capable of simulating intervention scenarios and informing policy choices. This project will begin in the summer of 2021 as part of larger European Consortium also including contributions from Cambridge University’s Department of Land Economy.

The REXUS project website is currently under development.

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  1. Foreseer ( and
  2. WholeSem (

REXUS coupled resourcs

REXUS coupled resource diagram