Anita Lazurko
Anita Lazurko
UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
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What will a PhD look like in the future? Perspectives on emerging trends in sustainability doctoral programs in a time of disruption
A Lazurko, T Alamenciak, LS Hill, EK Muhl, AK Osei, D Pomezanski, ...
World Futures Review 12 (4), 369-384, 2020
Financing high performance climate adaptation in agriculture: Climate bonds for multi-functional water harvesting infrastructure on the Canadian Prairies
A Lazurko, HD Venema
Sustainability 9 (7), 1237, 2017
Assessing the value of resource recovery and reuse
A Lazurko
CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems, 2018
Towards participatory cross-impact balance analysis: Leveraging morphological analysis for data collection in energy transition scenario workshops
JH Kurniawan, M Apergi, L Eicke, A Goldthau, A Lazurko, E Nordemann, ...
Energy research & social science 93, 102815, 2022
Financing resource recovery and reuse in developing and emerging economies: enabling environment, financing sources and cost recovery
A Lazurko, P Drechsel, MA Hanjra
International Water Management Institute (IWMI). CGIAR Research Program on†…, 2018
Exploring “big picture” scenarios for resilience in social–ecological systems: transdisciplinary cross-impact balances modeling in the Red River Basin
A Lazurko, V Schweizer, D Armitage
Sustainability Science 18 (4), 1773-1794, 2023
Cross-impact Balances: A Method for Bridging Social Systems and Cybernetics
V Schweizer, A Lazurko
2020 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC†…, 2020
A call for agile futures practice in service of transformative change: lessons from envisioning positive climate futures emerging from the pandemic
A Lazurko, PW Keys
Ecology and Society 27 (3), 2022
Weaknesses in Corporate Commitments to Climate Change Adaptation and How to Fix Them: A Systemic Scenario Assessment Approach
A Lazurko, N Kearney, Norman M., Siddhantakar, JH Kurniawan, ...
Business and Policy Solutions to Climate Change, 2022
Infrastructure investments for resilience: Opportunities, barriers, and a future research agenda from the Orange-Senqu River Basin
A Lazurko, L Pinter
Climate Risk Management 35, 100393, 2022
LED's Buy Greener: Shedding Light on Sustainable Procurement
H De Bellefroid, J Emmrich, W Haider, D Hashweh, C Heinz, A Lazurko, ...
IIIEE SED reports, 2017
Operationalizing ambiguity in sustainability science: embracing the elephant in the room
A Lazurko, LJ Haider, T Hertz, S West, DDP McCarthy
Sustainability Science 19 (2), 595-614, 2024
Assessing sand dams for contributions to local water security and drought resilience in the semi-arid eastern Shashe catchment, Zimbabwe
A Lazurko, J Lautze, S Hussey, C Muzarabani, N Ngwenya, G Ebrahim
Regional Environmental Change 24 (2), 36, 2024
Understanding the role of biodiversity in the climate, food, water, energy, transport and health nexus in Europe
HJ Kim, A Lazurko, G Linney, L Maskell, E DŪaz-General, RJ BřezovskŠ, ...
Science of The Total Environment, 171692, 2024
Exploring transformative solutions for biodiversity and sustainability
AS Heiskanen, S Oinonen, M Airos, J Koskiaho, A Lazurko, A Hebinck, ...
Resilience-towards an interdisciplinary definition using information theory
E Nisioti, C Clark, KK Das, E Ernst, NA Friedenberg, E Gates, M Lambros, ...
Frontiers in Complex Systems 1, 2023
Complexity, ambiguity, and the boundaries of the future: Toward a reflexive scenario practice in sustainability science
A Lazurko
University of Waterloo, 2023
Boundaries of the future: A framework for reflexive scenario practice in sustainability science
A Lazurko, V Schweizer, L Pinter, D Ferguson
One Earth, 2023
Navigating uncertainty and multifunctionality for resilience: Bridging decision making and finance in the Orange-Senqu River Basin
Thesis for Erasmus Mundus MSc in Environmental Sciences, Policy, and†…, 2018
Reflexivity as a transformative capacity for sustainability science
A Lazurko, ML Moore, J Haider, S West, DDP McCarthy
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