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Water, energy and food interactions–Challenges and opportunities

Gustaf OLSSON

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2013, Volume 7, Issue 5,   Pages 787-793 doi: 10.1007/s11783-013-0526-z

Abstract: Water and energy are inextricably linked, and as a consequence both have to be addressed together.This is called the water-energy nexus.security are considered together.In this paper we examine water, energy and food security and their couplings.The nexus also creates conflicts between water use, energy extraction and generation as well as food

Keywords: water security     energy security     food security     water-energy nexus     water conflicts    

Modeling China’s energy dilemma: conflicts among energy saving, energy security, and CO 2 mitigation

Feng FU, Zheng LI, Linwei MA,

Frontiers in Energy 2010, Volume 4, Issue 3,   Pages 295-300 doi: 10.1007/s11708-010-0104-z

Abstract: This study analyzes China’s future energy scenarios stretching until 2050 under different policyportfolios of energy security (e.g., oil import dependency) and CO emissions control.saving, energy security, and CO mitigation.Based on the analysis, an improvement in China’s efficiency in fossil energy conversion and thepromotion of the utilization of non-fossil energy such as nuclear, wind, and hydro energy are recommended

Keywords: Energy dilemma     energy saving     energy security     CO2 mitigation    

Transportation: meeting the dual challenges of achieving energy security and reducing greenhouse gas

Michael Quanlu WANG, Hong HUO

Frontiers in Energy 2009, Volume 3, Issue 2,   Pages 212-225 doi: 10.1007/s11708-009-0016-y

Abstract: As the population and economy continue to grow globally, demand for energy will continue to grow.The transportation sector relies solely on petroleum for its energy supply.A major issue both countries face and are addressing is energy insecurity as a result of the demand forImprovements in the energy efficiency of vehicles and the substitution of petroleum fuels with alternativeAt present, there is no ideal transportation fuel option to solve problems related to transportation energy

Keywords: transportation energy     energy security     greenhouse gases     alternative fuels     vehicle technologies    

Strategies and Countermeasures for Ensuring Energy Security in China

Huang Weihe, Han Jingkuan, Wang Yusheng, Shen Juexin, Cheng Lei

Strategic Study of Chinese Academy of Engineering 2021, Volume 23, Issue 1,   Pages 112-117 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2021.01.017

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Energy security is important for the security system of a country.Affected by global geopolitics and the COVID-19 pandemic, China’s energy security is currentlyThis study first reviews the evolution of the energy security concept and summarizes the energy securityThen the energy security in China is defined from five dimensions: sustainable development, guaranteedMoreover, the situation faced by China’s energy security is studied and corresponding strategies

Keywords: energy revolution     energy security     security assurance     energy economy     situation analysis    

On water security, sustainability, and the water-food-energy-climate nexus

Michael Bruce BECK, Rodrigo VILLARROEL WALKER

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2013, Volume 7, Issue 5,   Pages 626-639 doi: 10.1007/s11783-013-0548-6

Abstract: The role of water security in sustainable development and in the nexus of water, food, energy and climateinteractions is examined from the starting point of the definition of water security offered by GreyMuch about the notion of security has to do with the presumption of scarcity in the resources requiredaround the nexus of water, food, energy and climate.Cities, of course, are locations where demands for these multiple resource-energy flows are increasingly

Keywords: cities as forces for good     diversity     energy and nutrient recovery     green economy     infrastructure failure    

Energy Revolution and Security Guarantee of China’s Energy Economy

Huang Weihe, Mei Yingdan, Wu Lili, Liang Yunling, Zhao Xiaoli

Strategic Study of Chinese Academy of Engineering 2021, Volume 23, Issue 1,   Pages 124-132 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2021.01.018

Abstract: This study quantitatively estimates the effect of energy structure adjustment on energy prices and furtherconsumption raises energy prices by 0.8% while 1% increase of the coal consumption ratio lowers energyWe conclude that China’s energy revolution is less likely to affect the security of the energyeconomy and the energy price rise remains within the acceptable range of national economy and energyTo better ensure the security of energy economy in the process of China’s energy revolution, we

Keywords: energy revolution     security of energy economy     energy structure     energy price     national economy    

Achieving food security and high production of bioenergy crops through intercropping with efficient resource

Yuanmei ZUO,Zhenjiao ZHANG,Caihong LIU,Weina ZHANG

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2015, Volume 2, Issue 2,   Pages 134-143 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2015069

Abstract: nonrenewable fossil fuel consumption worldwide, we are facing great challenges in ensuring food and energysecurity to satisfy the world population.utilization efficiency and illustrate the practical application of intercropping in ensuring food and energysecurity through improving production.Identifying suitable energy plants for marginal land, land not suitable for food crops growth, is an

Keywords: intercropping     food security     energy security     high production     marginal land    

Ensuring Energy Security in China through International Energy Cooperation

Wang Jun, Cao Yang, Wang Yusheng, Rao Jianye

Strategic Study of Chinese Academy of Engineering 2021, Volume 23, Issue 1,   Pages 118-123 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2021.01.019

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Energy security is an overall and crucial issue related to a country&International energy cooperation has always played an important role in ensuring energy security.As the connotation of energy security shifts toward multiple dimensions, the positioning and main tasksof energy security, this study comprehensively elaborates the positioning of international energy cooperationfoundation to ensure energy security under open-up conditions.

Keywords: international energy cooperation     energy security     oil and gas import     power grid interconnection     energytechnology cooperation     global energy governance    

Developing coal chemical industry and ensuring national energy security

Xu Yaowu,Xu Liwei,Lu Yongjun

Strategic Study of Chinese Academy of Engineering 2011, Volume 13, Issue 11,   Pages 20-25

Abstract: thinking and viewpoints for implementing the strategy of coal replacing oil in view of actual situation of energy

Keywords: coal chemical industry     replacement     oil chemical industry     strategy     energy security     advice    

Nexus security: governance, innovation and the resilient city

Michael Bruce BECK, Rodrigo VILLARROEL WALKER

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2013, Volume 7, Issue 5,   Pages 640-657 doi: 10.1007/s11783-013-0549-5

Abstract: Nexus security is a compound mix of ideas: reconciling human needs and wants with access to multiplenatural, built, and human systems — to assess, first, the role of city governance in achieving nexus securityprinciples, covering resilience and diversity of access to resources and services, are used to gauge security-enhancingWe do not conclude, however, that the presence of risk implies nexus security.

Keywords: cities as forces for good     climate variability     ecosystem services     energy and nutrient recovery     infrastructure    

Biofuels and food security

Dmitry S. STREBKOV

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2015, Volume 2, Issue 1,   Pages 1-12 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2015052

Abstract: The major source of energy comes from fossil fuels.energy tariffs in Russian Federation.Other alternative energy sources including solar energy and electric power generation are also discussedOne of the downsides of biomass energy is its potential threatens to food security and forage industriesThis paper proposed that the most promising energy model for future is based on direct solar energy conversion

Keywords: fossil fuels     biofuels     food security     electric power     solar energy    

Water---- and nutrient and energy---- systems in urbanizing watersheds

Rodrigo VILLARROEL WALKER, Michael Bruce BECK, Jim W. HALL

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2012, Volume 6, Issue 5,   Pages 596-611 doi: 10.1007/s11783-012-0445-4

Abstract: water infrastructure and water metabolism of cities from their intimately inter-related nutrient and energyderiving from adopting this broader, multi-sectoral “systems” perspective on addressing water-nutrient-energyperspective resonates with the growing interest in broader policy circles in what is called the “water-food-energysecurity nexus”.initiated — for example, on Kathmandu, Nepal — we close by reflecting upon these issues of water-nutrient-energy

Keywords: cities     climate change     energy sector     nutrient sector     systems analysis     resource recovery     water-food-energysecurity    

Energy shift: decline of easy oil and restructuring of geo-politics

Oliver R. INDERWILDI,David A. KING

Frontiers in Energy 2016, Volume 10, Issue 3,   Pages 260-267 doi: 10.1007/s11708-016-0416-8

Abstract: drive the utilisation of domestic, unconventional oil and gas recovery in the West as these enhance energysecurity and ease balance of payment issues.help turn the tide while oil exporters are now politically significantly weakened due to the increased energy

Keywords: energy security     climatic change     geo-economics     geopolitics     unconventional resources     macroeconomics    

China’s Energy Development for 2035: Strategic Thinking and Suggestions

Xie Kechang

Strategic Study of Chinese Academy of Engineering 2022, Volume 24, Issue 6,   Pages 1-7 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2022.06.001

Abstract: This study summarized the current status of China’s energy development from six aspects: energycapacity, energy structure, comprehensive energy efficiency, energy science and technology, systemand mechanism, and energy security.energy security, replacement of traditional energies with renewable energies for incremental energyfeatures multi-energy complementation.

Keywords: energy revolution     energy security     low-carbon transformation     carbon peaking and carbon neutrality    

Techno-Economic Challenges of Fuel Cell Commercialization Review

Junye Wang, Hualin Wang, Yi Fan

Engineering 2018, Volume 4, Issue 3,   Pages 352-360 doi: 10.1016/j.eng.2018.05.007

Abstract: However, as a new energy technology, significant market penetration of fuel cells has not yet been achievedGreen energy, supplied with fuel cells, is truly the business mode of the future.

Keywords: Energy security     Fuel cells     Cost analysis     Durability and reliability     Energy storage    

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Water, energy and food interactions–Challenges and opportunities

Gustaf OLSSON

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Modeling China’s energy dilemma: conflicts among energy saving, energy security, and CO 2 mitigation

Feng FU, Zheng LI, Linwei MA,

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Transportation: meeting the dual challenges of achieving energy security and reducing greenhouse gas

Michael Quanlu WANG, Hong HUO

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Strategies and Countermeasures for Ensuring Energy Security in China

Huang Weihe, Han Jingkuan, Wang Yusheng, Shen Juexin, Cheng Lei

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On water security, sustainability, and the water-food-energy-climate nexus

Michael Bruce BECK, Rodrigo VILLARROEL WALKER

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Energy Revolution and Security Guarantee of China’s Energy Economy

Huang Weihe, Mei Yingdan, Wu Lili, Liang Yunling, Zhao Xiaoli

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Achieving food security and high production of bioenergy crops through intercropping with efficient resource

Yuanmei ZUO,Zhenjiao ZHANG,Caihong LIU,Weina ZHANG

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Ensuring Energy Security in China through International Energy Cooperation

Wang Jun, Cao Yang, Wang Yusheng, Rao Jianye

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Developing coal chemical industry and ensuring national energy security

Xu Yaowu,Xu Liwei,Lu Yongjun

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Nexus security: governance, innovation and the resilient city

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Biofuels and food security

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Water---- and nutrient and energy---- systems in urbanizing watersheds

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Energy shift: decline of easy oil and restructuring of geo-politics

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China’s Energy Development for 2035: Strategic Thinking and Suggestions

Xie Kechang

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Techno-Economic Challenges of Fuel Cell Commercialization

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