Water and energy are essential to human society, and their supplies are vulnerable to climate change. For example, climate change will have impacts on the quantity and quality water resources, which may affect water availability for cooling at power plants, and on the yield of clean energy such as hydropower, wind power and solar energies. Considering increasing intensity and frequency of climate extremes in a warming world, understanding and quantifying the interdependence and challenges among climate, water and the energy system is critical. Considerable research is being conducted on some aspects of the climate-water-energy nexus, but this nexus is regionally diverse and has many unexplored facets. We aim to bring together researches focusing on the climate-water-energy nexus to both share current research and identify knowledge gaps.
To assess the integrative impacts of climate and climate change on water and energy systems and advance our understanding of the climate-water-energy nexus, we welcome contributions that focus on water and energy issues under a warming climate, including, but not limited to:
• climate modelling and future climate simulation with a focus on water availability
• Regional analyses of precipitation and water availability
• impacts of climate change on water resources
• impacts of climate change on clean energy yield, operation and management
• impacts of climate extremes on traditional energy production and delivery

Co-organized as ERE8.6/HS11.30
Convener: Chan Xiao | Co-conveners: Alan Di Vittorio, Hongmei Xu, Weihua Yuan
| Mon, 08 Apr, 16:15–18:00
Room 0.14
| Attendance Mon, 08 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall X5

Attendance time: Monday, 8 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X5

Chairperson: Chan Xiao, Alan Di Vittorio
X5.68 |
Hongmei Xu, Pengcheng Qin, Min Liu, Liangmin Du, Chan Xiao, and Lüliu Liu
Hall X5
Hall X5
X5.70 |
A Copula-based multi-regional water resource shortage risk analysis: A case study of Jing-Jin-Ji Region, China
Hao Wang and Yanpeng Cai
Hall X5
X5.71 |
Jude Lubega Musuuza, Alban de Lavenne, Johan Thuresson, Malin Byström, Johan Strömqvist, Alena Bartosova, and Berit Arheimer
Hall X5
Hall X5
Hall X5
X5.74 |
Nikhil Ghodichore, Chandrika Thulaseedharan Dhanya, and Harrie-Jan Hendricks-Franssen
Hall X5
X5.75 |
Ahlem Gara, Khouloud Gader, Slaheddine Khlifi, Raed Fehri, Marnik Vanclooster, and Christophe Bouvier
Hall X5
Hall X5
X5.77 |
Value added of Industry in China: Vulnerability from Climate Change and Water Scarcity
Shuo Zong and Tao Ye
Hall X5
X5.78 |
Giovanni Martino Bombelli, Alberto Bianchi, and Daniele Bocchiola
Hall X5
X5.79 |
Reference crop evapotranspiration (ET0)’ variability in response to climate change on tropic humid isolated Yongxing Island in recent half an century (1981-2017)
(withdrawn after no-show)
Xiaolin Luo, Zhenli Huang, Guoxin Zhang, and Haiying Li
Hall X5
X5.80 |
Miquel Tomas-Burguera, Santiago Begueria, and Sergio Vicente-Serrano
Hall X5
Hall X5
X5.82 |
Djiby Sambou, Bernd Diekkruger, and Mamadou Lamine Mbaye