The event will be delivered in English.
To promote an efficient and sustainable adoption, diffusion, and assimilation of water, energy and food (WEF) technologies and innovation in Qatar, there is a need for supporting legal, governance and institutional frameworks that situate WEF technologies within Qatar’s local context. There is also an urgent need to assess the complex and non-linear barriers to the absorption of WEF technologies in Qatar and how to develop integrated solutions that allow for coherent WEF nexus knowledge production and absorption.
This two-day workshop aims to strengthen dialogue, knowledge exchange, and institutional collaboration between WEF Nexus researchers in Qatar and the University of Birmingham, UK. It provides a platform for sharing and exchanging information on how to ensure that WEF technologies are properly absorbed and adapted to local circumstances in Qatar.
Questions to be raised and discussed include: