In view of the high rates of population growth witnessed by urban communities, and the resulting continuous increase in pressures on water, energy and food resources, which generates some issues facing societies such as economic turmoil, issues related to climate change and other urgent issues that need intervention. This is to try to achieve the principles and goals of sustainable development for these communities, as one of the most important reasons for these issues is the unilateral sectoral decisions and plans to deal with these issues and the lack of integrated plans that preserve resources in general and achieve the goals of sustainable development. Therefore, the research aims to formulate a methodological framework to achieve sustainable management of the Egyptian urbanization by applying the approach of the urban environmental link with the Egyptian urban agglomerations, to achieve the goals of sustainable development and provide the requirements of population growth. Where the research studies the concepts of sustainable urban management in the light of applying the urban-environmental nexus approach, and its role in achieving the dimensions of sustainable management and focusing on the basic principles of water, energy and food sustainability in urban agglomerations. This requires defining the foundations and criteria for achieving sustainable management based on the interdependence and interdependence of sectoral and integrated plans in order to meet current and potential challenges and pressures. The research also deals with many different international experiences to understand the integrated interrelationships between the water, energy and food sectors, taking into account the specificity of the Egyptian case. In order to reach an initial methodological framework for achieving sustainable management of the Egyptian urbanization, this framework is reviewed by presenting it to experts and specialists in the field in order to reach the final methodological framework for achieving sustainable management of the Egyptian urbanization.