Publications - Virtual Water Trade

International food trade is vital for food security: about one-fourth of the food produced for human consumption is traded internationally. The water used by producing areas (or exporting areas) is virtually transferred to consumption areas (or importing areas) through the trade of agricultural commodities. What are the implications of this trade for water resources? Discover more by browsing our publications on the topic.

11publications available

The Italian Virtual Water Trade and Water Footprint of Agricultural Production: Trends and Perspectives

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The Water-Food Nexus in Italy: A Virtual Water Perspective

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Virtual Water Trade and Water Footprint of Agricultural Goods: The 1961–2016 CWASI Database

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Charting Out the Future Agricultural Trade and its Impact on Water Resources

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Tools for Reconstructing the Bilateral Trade Network: A Critical Assessment

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Global virtual Water Trade and the Hydrological Cycle: Patterns, Drivers, and Socio-Environmental Impacts

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National Water, Food, and Trade Modeling Framework: The Case of Egypt

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Water Resources, Food Security and the Role of Virtual Water Trade in the MENA Region

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To Trade or not to Trade: Link Prediction in the Virtual Water Network

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The Water Suitcase of Migrants: Assessing Virtual Water Fluxes Associated to Human Migration.

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Intra-EU Agricultural Trade, Virtual Water Flows and Policy Implications

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