Grégoire Meylan
Grégoire Meylan
Senior project manager, ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Verified email at zhaw.ch - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Science with society in the anthropocene
R Seidl, FS Brand, M Stauffacher, P Krütli, QB Le, A Spörri, G Meylan, ...
Ambio 42 (1), 5-12, 2013
822013
Strategic management of WEEE in Switzerland—combining material flow analysis with structural analysis
M Duygan, G Meylan
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 103, 98-109, 2015
342015
The anthropogenic cycle of zinc: Status quo and perspectives
G Meylan, BK Reck
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 123, 1-10, 2017
212017
Eco-efficiency assessment of options for metal recovery from incineration residues: a conceptual framework
G Meylan, A Spoerri
Waste management 34 (1), 93-100, 2014
202014
Transitions of municipal solid waste management. Part I: Scenarios of Swiss waste glass-packaging disposal
G Meylan, R Seidl, A Spoerri
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 74, 8-19, 2013
202013
Is gravel becoming scarce? Evaluating the local criticality of construction aggregates
D Ioannidou, G Meylan, G Sonnemann, G Habert
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 126, 25-33, 2017
172017
Transitions of municipal solid waste management. Part II: Hybrid life cycle assessment of Swiss glass-packaging disposal
G Meylan, H Ami, A Spoerri
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 86, 16-27, 2014
142014
Identifying Stakeholders’ Views on the Eco‐efficiency Assessment of a Municipal Solid Waste Management System: The Case of Swiss Glass‐Packaging
G Meylan, M Stauffacher, P Krütli, R Seidl, A Spoerri
Journal of Industrial Ecology 19 (3), 490-503, 2015
72015
Linking energy scenarios and waste storylines for prospective environmental assessment of waste management systems
G Meylan, M Haupt, M Duygan, S Hellweg, M Stauffacher
Waste Management 81, 11-21, 2018
52018
Solid waste management of small island developing states—the case of the Seychelles: a systemic and collaborative study of Swiss and Seychellois students to support policy
G Meylan, A Lai, J Hensley, M Stauffacher, P Krütli
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25 (36), 35791-35804, 2018
42018
Discourse coalitions in Swiss waste management: gridlock or winds of change?
M Duygan, M Stauffacher, G Meylan
Waste Management 72, 25-44, 2018
42018
Assessing the Reliability of Material Flow Analysis Results: The Cases of Rhenium, Gallium, and Germanium in the United States Economy
G Meylan, BK Reck, H Rechberger, TE Graedel, O Schwab
Environmental science & technology 51 (20), 11839-11847, 2017
42017
A heuristic for conceptualizing and uncovering the determinants of agency in socio-technical transitions
M Duygan, M Stauffacher, G Meylan
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 2019
22019
Better than bottled water?—Energy and climate change impacts of on-the-go drinking water stations
T Makov, G Meylan, JT Powell, A Shepon
Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 2016
22016
Guideline for assessing barriers to Low Carbon Technologies in Buildings
C Robledo Abad, S Görlinger, C Knöri, G Meylan, R Seidl, M Stauffacher
ETH Zurich, 2016
12016
Towards a solution-oriented approach to assess the resource criticality of heterogeneous agricultural livelihood systems
G Meylan
2019
Criticality methodology for resources: how to apply to construction in the future?
D Ioannidou, G Meylan, G Sonnemann, N Heeren, M Daldini, G Zinas, ...
8th International Conference on Life Cycle Management (LCM 2017), 2017
2017
Nutritient flow scenarios for sustainable smallholder faming systems in southwestern Burkino Faso: food security and better livelihoods for rural dryland communities
G Meylan, BL Quang, AT Boundia
Icarda, 2017
2017
Integrative Management Options for Sustainable Agricultural Production and Livelihoods of Smallholders in the Dryland of Southwestern Burkina Faso Session 2: Systems-based …
G Meylan
CRP on Dryland Systems (DS), 2016
2016
Integrating stakeholder perspectives into policy support of municipal solid waste management
G Meylan
ETH Zurich, 2013
2013
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