Stepping Up Outputs Available For Download

Final Report

The final report from the Stepping Up project is now available via the following link

Stepping Up: What will it take to accelerate a step-change in sustainability for water, energy and food?

Videos

A selection of short videos from the project

 

Our project has involved both quantitative and qualitative data analysis including workshops and interviews. One of these workshops included bringing together a broader community of LWEC researchers to share our work across a variety of disparate disciplines. Some of the presentations from that workshop, and those relating to other aspects of the Stepping Up project, as well as project reports and papers can be found below.

Academic Journals


  • Hoolohan, C., Larkin, A., McLachlan, C., et al., 2018, Engaging stakeholders to address water-energy-food (WEF) nexus challenges, Sustain Sci, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11625-018-0552-7

  • Hoolohan, C., Soutar, I., Suckling, J., Druckman, A., Larkin, A., & McLachlan, C, 2018, Stepping-Up innovations in the water-energy-food nexus: a case study of anaerobic digestion in the UK, The Geog. Journal, https://doi.org/10.1111/geoj.12259

  • Haltas, I., Suckling, J., Soutar, I., Druckman, A., and Varga, L., 2017, Anaerobic digestion: a prime solution for water, energy and food nexus challenges, Energy Procedia, 123, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.egypro.2017.07.280

Presentations


  • Engineering Comes Home

    This Pico talk was presented at a Water Energy Food Nexus networking event held at Lloyd's Register, London, 09/07/2018


    Sarah Bell, Aiduan Borrion, Charlotte Johnson, Kat Austen, Jun Matsushita, Rob Comber, Peter Melville-Shreeve. UCL, Newcastle University, iilab, OTA Analytics

    PDF icon Bell EPSRC Nexus Pico talk Bell.pdf

  • WEF@Home- Researching the domestic Nexus

    This Pico talk was presented at a Water Energy Food Nexus networking event held at Lloyd's Register, London, 09/07/2018


    Nicola Green, Newcastle University

    PDF icon Green WEFHome Pico 09072018.pdf

  • Agent-Based Model of glass eel tidal migration

    This Pico talk was presented at a Water Energy Food Nexus networking event held at Lloyd's Register, London, 09/07/2018


    Jasper de Bie, Jennifer Gaskell, Thomas Benson, Paolo Vezza, Jim Kerr, Darren Lumbroso, Markus Owen, Paul Kemp. HR Wallingford, University of Nottingham, University of Southampton

    PDF icon De Bie PICO JdB.pdf

  • What are the impacts across the WEF nexus of insect eating?

    This Pico talk was presented at a Water Energy Food Nexus networking event held at Lloyd's Register, London, 09/07/2018


    James Suckling, Angela Druckman. University of Surrey

    PDF icon Suckling 180709 XWEF Talk JS.pdf

  • Climate impacts on water sources: quantity, quality and safety

    This Pico talk was presented at a Water Energy Food Nexus networking event held at Lloyd's Register, London, 09/07/2018


    Isalebl Douterelo, University of Sheffield

    PDF icon Douterelo Presentation NEXUS LONDON.pdf

  • Robust and transparent planning and operation of water resource infrastructure

    This Pico talk was presented at a Water Energy Food Nexus networking event held at Lloyd's Register, London, 09/07/2018


    Francesca Pianosi, University of Bristol

    PDF icon Pianosi_2018_07_09_London.pdf

  • LCA on virtual water and embodied energy in food consumption

    This Pico talk was presented at a Water Energy Food Nexus networking event held at Lloyd's Register, London, 09/07/2018


    Gloria Salmoral – Cranfield University. Xiaoyu Yan – University of Exeter

    PDF icon Salmoral WEFWEBs - LCA.pdf

  • Decision Support Toolkit for WEF Innovations

    This Pico talk was presented at a Water Energy Food Nexus networking event held at Lloyd's Register, London, 09/07/2018


    Dr Paula Forbes, Prof Ruth Falconer, Dr Daniel Gilmour. Abertay University

    PDF icon Forbes London WEFNexus (1).pdf

  • Understanding the future of the WEF nexus Hoolohan 17.1.19

    In what ways will society, technology and climate of the UK WEF nexus change by 2050? What are the implications for nexus-innovations? How do these changes affect the rate, scale and efficacy of innovation deployment? What can we learn about how to accelerate the scaling up of nexus-innovations?

    This presentation reports the findings of Stepping Up's investigation of future water-energy-food scenarios.


    Speaker: Claire Hoolohan. Date 17.1.19 Event: Stepping Up end of project meeting, Westminster, London

    File Understanding the future of the water-energy-food nexus.pptx

  • Overview of Stepping Up project preliminary findings

    This presentation provides an overview of Stepping Up's preliminary project findings, shared with stakeholders at the end of project meeting 17th Jan 2019, in Westminster, London, UK. 


    Speaker: Alice Larkin (Principal Investigator) Date 17.1.19

    File introduction larkin2019_final.pptx

  • University of Surrey Presentation at Stepping Up Final Meeting

    This presentation provides and update on the research being conducted at the University of Surrey. Shared with the Stepping Up team at Church House, Westminster, London, 17th Jan 2019.

    James Suckling, Angela Druckman, University of Surrey


    Summary of Recent Research at University of Surrey

    File 190117 Stepping Up Project Meeting.pptx

Reports


  • The water-engery-food nexus in 2050

    A report on workshop proceedings held at Lloyd's Register in London on 18th October 2017


    Claire Hoolohan, Alice Larkin and Carly McLachlan. Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of Manchester

    PDF icon Stepping Up Workshop Report.pdf

  • Stepping Up final report

    Stepping Up: What will it take to accelerate a step-change in sustainability for water, energy and food?


    Larkin, A., et al., 2019 Stepping Up: What will it take to accelerate a step-change in sustainability for water, energy and food? EPSRC funded project EP/N00583X/1 final report, Manchester, UK, www.steppingupnexus.org.uk.

    PDF icon bb_mcruni_steppingup_report_v13.pdf

Steppingup 2018