Nina Hall
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Societal acceptance of wind farms: Analysis of four common themes across Australian case studies
N Hall, P Ashworth, P Devine-Wright
Energy Policy 58, 200-208, 2013
Social licence to operate: understanding how a concept has been translated into practice in energy industries
N Hall, J Lacey, S Carr-Cornish, AM Dowd
Journal of Cleaner Production 86, 301-310, 2015
Moving Mountains: Communities Confront Mining and Globalisation
G Evans, J Goodman, NL Hall
Zed Books, UK, 2002
Social licence to operate: An opportunity to enhance CSR for deeper communication and engagement
N Hall, T Jeanneret
Corporate Communications: An International Journal 20 (2), 213-222, 2015
Revolution or inch-by-inch? Campaign approaches on climate change by environmental groups
NL Hall, R Taplin
The environmentalist 27 (1), 95-107, 2007
Cost-reflective electricity pricing: Consumer preferences and perceptions
NL Hall, TD Jeanneret, A Rai
Energy Policy 95, 62-72, 2016
Can the “social licence to operate” concept enhance engagement and increase acceptance of renewable energy? A case study of wind farms in Australia
NL Hall
Social Epistemology 28 (3-4), 219-238, 2014
Empowerment of individuals and realization of community agency: Applying action research to climate change responses in Australia
NL Hall, R Taplin, W Goldstein
Action Research 8 (1), 71-91, 2010
Exploring community acceptance of rural wind farms in Australia: a snapshot
N Hall, P Ashworth, H Shaw
CSIRO Report, Canberra, 2012
Exploring community acceptance of rural wind farms in Australia: a snapshot
N Hall, P Ashworth, H Shaw
CSIRO, 2012
Solar festivals and climate bills: Comparing NGO climate change campaigns in the UK and Australia
NL Hall, R Taplin
Voluntas: International journal of voluntary and nonprofit organizations 18 …, 2007
The relationship between infectious diseases and housing maintenance in Indigenous Australian households
SH Ali, T Foster, NL Hall
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 15 (12), 2827, 2018
Room for climate advocates in a coal‐focused economy? NGO influence on Australian climate policy
NL Hall, R Taplin
Australian Journal of Social Issues 43 (3), 359-379, 2008
Transnational advocacy and NGOs in the digital era: New forms of networked power
N Hall, HP Schmitz, JM Dedmon
International Studies Quarterly 64 (1), 159-167, 2020
Environmental nonprofit campaigns and state competition: Influences on climate policy in California
NL Hall, R Taplin
Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 21 …, 2010
Energy consumption in an aging population: Exploring energy use and behaviour of low-income older Australians
S Romanach, L., Hall, N., and Meikle
Energy Procedia 121, 2017
What contributions, if any, can non-indigenous researchers offer toward decolonizing health research?
E Krusz, T Davey, B Wigginton, N Hall
Qualitative Health Research 30 (2), 205-216, 2020
Water, sanitation and hygiene in remote Indigenous Australian communities: A scan of priorities
J Hall, N.L., Barbosa, M.C., Currie, D., Dean, A.J., Head, B., Hill, P.S ...
Global Change Institute discussion paper: Water for equity and wellbeing …, 2017
Increasing energy-saving actions in low income households to achieve sustainability
N Hall, L Romanach, S Cook, S Meikle
Sustainability 5 (11), 4561-4577, 2013
Climate change impacts on health in remote indigenous communities in Australia
N Lansbury Hall, L Crosby
International Journal of Environmental Health Research 32 (3), 487-502, 2022
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