Our infrastructure for water, energy, transportation, and food is all interconnected. Changes to one have consequences in the others. Below are links to several articles that explore these interconnections.
Agriculture, Food & Energy
Missouri plant joins list of ethanol facilities idled by high corn prices (Swanson, A. F., Harvest Public Media, Jan. 31, 2013)
Agriculture, Food & Water
Water agencies call for alternative to the $14B Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta tunnels (Wozniack, G., Bakersfield Now [Associated Press], Jan. 28, 2013)
Energy & Water
The Perils of Ignoring the Water-Energy Nexus (Postel, S., National Geographic Water Currents, Jan. 31, 2013)
Transportation & Water