Vanessa Schweizer
Vanessa Schweizer
Assistant Professor, University of Waterloo
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Decisions to reduce greenhouse gases from agriculture and product transport: LCA case study of organic and conventional wheat
K Meisterling, C Samaras, V Schweizer
Journal of cleaner production 17 (2), 222-230, 2009
Enhancing the relevance of Shared Socioeconomic Pathways for climate change impacts, adaptation and vulnerability research
BJ Van Ruijven, MA Levy, A Agrawal, F Biermann, J Birkmann, TR Carter, ...
Climatic Change 122 (3), 481-494, 2014
Systematic construction of global socioeconomic pathways using internally consistent element combinations
VJ Schweizer, BC O’Neill
Climatic Change 122 (3), 431-445, 2014
Improving environmental change research with systematic techniques for qualitative scenarios
VJ Schweizer, E Kriegler
Environmental Research Letters 7 (4), 044011, 2012
Objectivity and a comparison of methodological scenario approaches for climate change research
EA Lloyd, VJ Schweizer
Synthese 191 (10), 2049-2088, 2014
Systematically linking qualitative elements of scenarios across levels, scales, and sectors
VJ Schweizer, JH Kurniawan
Environmental Modelling & Software 79, 322-333, 2016
From meta-studies to modeling: Using synthesis knowledge to build broadly applicable process-based land change models
NR Magliocca, J Van Vliet, C Brown, TP Evans, T Houet, P Messerli, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 72, 10-20, 2015
The diversity of socio-economic pathways and CO2 emissions scenarios: Insights from the investigation of a scenarios database
C Guivarch, J Rozenberg, V Schweizer
Environmental Modelling & Software 80, 336-353, 2016
Challenges to adaptation: a fundamental concept for the shared socio-economic pathways and beyond
DS Rothman, P Romero-Lankao, VJ Schweizer, BA Bee
Climatic change 122 (3), 495-507, 2014
Plausibility indications in future scenarios
A Wiek, L Withycombe Keeler, V Schweizer, DJ Lang
International Journal of Foresight and Innovation Policy 9 (2-3-4), 133-147, 2013
Choosing small sets of policy-relevant scenarios by combining vulnerability and diversity approaches
H Carlsen, R Lempert, P Wikman-Svahn, V Schweizer
Environmental Modelling & Software 84, 155-164, 2016
Mapping the road ahead
BC O'neill, V Schweizer
Nature Climate Change 1 (7), 352-353, 2011
A national survey of television meteorologists about climate change education
E Maibach, S Cobb, A Leiserowitz, E Peters, MC SchweizerV, J Witte, ...
George Mason University. Fairfax, VA: Center for Climate Change Communication, 2011
What scenarios are you missing? Poststructuralism for deconstructing and reconstructing organizational futures
R Scheele, NM Kearney, JH Kurniawan, VJ Schweizer
How Organizations Manage the Future, 153-172, 2018
Bounding US electricity demand in 2050
VJ Schweizer, MG Morgan
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 105, 215-223, 2016
TV weathercasters and climate education in the shadow of climate change conflict
V Schweizer, S Cobb, W Schroeder, G Chau, E Maibach
Culture, politics and climate change: How information shapes our common …, 2014
A few scenarios still do not fit all
V Schweizer
Nature Climate Change 8 (5), 361-362, 2018
A deliberative poll on climate change
R Cavalier, S Attari, T Dawson, V Schweizer
UNITAR-Yale conference on environment and democracy, May, 10-11, 2008
Weathercaster views on informal climate education: Similarities and differences according to climate change attitudes
E Peters-Burton, V Schweizer, S Cobb, E Maibach
Journal of Geoscience Education 62 (3), 431-444, 2014
Enhancing the policy relevance of scenario studies through a dynamic analytical approach using a large number of scenarios
C Guivarch, V Schweizer, J Rozenberg
International Energy Workshop, 19-21, 2013
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