Lauren Withycombe Keeler
Lauren Withycombe Keeler
Assistant Professor, School for the Future of Innovation in Society, Arizona State
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Key competencies in sustainability: a reference framework for academic program development.
A Wiek, L Withycombe, CL Redman
Sustainability Science 6 (2), 203-218, 2011
17872011
Operationalising competencies in higher education for sustainable development
A Wiek, MJ Bernstein, RW Foley, M Cohen, N Forrest, C Kuzdas, B Kay, ...
Routledge handbook of higher education for sustainable development, 265-284, 2015
2332015
Moving forward on competence in sustainability research and problem solving
A Wiek, L Withycombe, C Redman, SB Mills
Environment 53 (2), 3-13, 2011
1352011
A comprehensive sustainability appraisal of water governance in Phoenix, AZ
KL Larson, A Wiek, LW Keeler
Journal of Environmental Management 116, 58-71, 2013
622013
How much sustainability substance is in urban visions?–An analysis of visioning projects in urban planning
B John, LW Keeler, A Wiek, DJ Lang
Cities 48, 86-98, 2015
472015
Transnational collaboration for sustainability in higher education: Lessons from a systematic review
G Caniglia, C Luederitz, M Groß, M Muhr, B John, LW Keeler, ...
Journal of cleaner production 168, 764-779, 2017
432017
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
402013
Utilizing international networks for accelerating research and learning in transformational sustainability science
LW Keeler, A Wiek, DJ Lang, M Yokohari, J van Breda, L Olsson, B Ness, ...
Sustainability Science 11 (5), 749-762, 2016
342016
Linking stakeholder survey, scenario analysis, and simulation modeling to explore the long-term impacts of regional water governance regimes
LW Keeler, A Wiek, DD White, DA Sampson
Environmental Science & Policy 48, 237-249, 2015
332015
Key competencies in sustainability: a reference framework for academic program development. Sustain Sci 6: 203–218
A Wiek, L Withycombe, CL Redman
222011
Transferring sustainability solutions across contexts through city–university partnerships
L Withycombe Keeler, FD Beaudoin, AM Lerner, B John, R Beecroft, ...
Sustainability 10 (9), 2966, 2018
202018
Envisioning the future of water governance: A survey of central Arizona water decision makers
DD White, LW Keeler, A Wiek, KL Larson
Environmental Practice 17 (1), 25-35, 2015
162015
Building actor-centric transformative capacity through city-university partnerships
LW Keeler, F Beaudoin, A Wiek, B John, AM Lerner, R Beecroft, K Tamm, ...
Ambio 48 (5), 529-538, 2019
132019
Future shocks and city resilience: Building organizational capacity for resilience and sustainability through game play and ways of thinking
LW Keeler, A Gabriele, BR Kay, A Wiek
Sustainability: The Journal of Record 10 (5), 282-292, 2017
102017
Anticipatory competence as a key competence in sustainability education
LK Withycombe
Arizona State University, 2010
52010
Divergent agricultural water governance scenarios: The case of Zayanderud basin, Iran
N Nazemi, RW Foley, G Louis, LW Keeler
Agricultural Water Management 229, 105921, 2020
42020
Quenching Our Thirst for Future Knowledge: Participatory Scenario Construction and Sustainable Water Governance in a Desert City
LW Keeler
Arizona State University, 2014
42014
Intervening through Futures for Sustainable Presents: scenarios, sustainability, and responsible research and innovation
LW Keeler, MJ Bernstein, C Selin
Socio-Technical Futures Shaping the Present, 255-282, 2019
22019
The Monster and the polar bears: constructing the future knowledge landscape of synthetic biology to inform responsible innovation
LW Keeler, RW Foley
Journal of Responsible Innovation 2 (1), 81-84, 2015
22015
Real-Time Evaluation of City–University Partnerships for Sustainability and Resilience
L Caughman, L Withycombe Keeler, F Beaudoin
Sustainability 12 (21), 8796, 2020
2020
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