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Hall, Nina (2017). Aboriginal remote communities and water, sanitation and hygiene: critical needs yet minimal attention. In: Australian Water Association’s OzWater’17 Conference, Sydney, Australia, (). 16-18 May 2017.    
Carr-Cornish, Simone and Hall, Nina (2016) A case study of farming in Australia’s high rainfall zone: exploring past and future potential farming intensification and biodiversity management. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 23 1: 21-35. doi:10.1080/14486563.2015.1041067     0 0 0
Hall, N., Richards, R., Barrington, D., Ross, H., Reid, S., Head, B., Jagals, P., Dean, A., Hussey, K., Abal, E., Ali, S., Boully, L. and Willis, J. (2016). Achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals for water and beyond. Global Change Institute Discussion Paper: Water for Equity and Wellbeing Series 2207-9602, Global Change Institute, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.    
Hall, Nina (2007). Activate! Community members get political. In: Climate Action Network Australia Annual Conference 2007, Australian National University, Canberra, (). 18-19 June 2007.    
Hall, N. and Anders, W. (2018). Advancing women and girls’access to sanitation and hygiene by removing specific barriers and providing culturally-appropriate options. In: Indigenous & Remote Health Forum, Brisbane / Brisbane Convention Centre, (). 17 July 2018.    
Hall, Nina (2007). A Role for Civil Society in Action on Climate Change. In: Conference on Cosmopolitan Civil Societies, University of Technology, Sydney, (). 4-5 October 2007.    
Hall, Nina (2017). A selective review of methodologies and tools for integrated approaches to implementation of the SDGs - Achieving the SDGs for water and beyond. In Nikolova, A. (Ed.), Integrated Approaches for SDG Planning: The Case of SDG 6 on Water and Sanitation (pp. 19-21) Bangkok Thailand: United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.    
Hall, Nina (2018) AUSTRALIAN INDIGENOUS REMOTE COMMUNITIES & WATER, SANITATION & HYGIENE. Water e-Journal, 3 2: 1-9. doi:10.21139/wej.2018.014    
Hall, Nina (2017). Barriers and solutions to Indigenous health and hygiene in remote communities: A case study of menstrual hygiene management. In: World Toilet Summit, Melbourne, Australia, (). 20-21 November 2017.    
Romanach, Lygia, Hall, Nina and Cook, Stephanie (2014) Behaviour change and energy consumption: a case study on engaging and retaining participation of low-income individuals. Community Development Journal, 49 4: 541-556. doi:10.1093/cdj/bst056     2 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Hall, Nina (2012). Can social licence to operate provide a framework to manage opposition and enhance acceptance of wind farms?. In: Wind Farms 2012 Conference, Melbourne, Australia, (). 29 May 2012.    
Hall, Nina Lansbury (2014) Can the "social licence to operate" concept enhance engagement and increase acceptance of renewable energy? A case study of wind farms in Australia. Social Epistemology, 28 3-4: 219-238. doi:10.1080/02691728.2014.922636     11 Cited 11 times in Scopus11 0
Hall, N. and Abal, E. (2016). Can water sustainability be achieved through UN Sustainable Development Goal 6? Implications, challenges and possibilities. In: International River Symposium, New Delhi, India, (). 12-15 September 2016.    
Hall, Nina, Richards, Russell and Barrington, Dani (2016, September 13). Climate action is the key to Australia achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. The Conversation, p.1-4.    
Hall, Nina (2010). Climate advocacy and climate organising. In: Key forces for climate action, University of Sydney, (). 5-6 March 2010.    
Hall, Nina (2018). Closing the Gap (in the water industry). In: Australian Water Association’s OzWater’18 Conference, Brisbane, Australia, (). 8-10 May 2018.    
Hall, Nina (2011). Community Acceptance of Australian Wind Farms. In: International Conference on Energy and Meteorology, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia, (). 8-9 November 2011.    
Hall, Nina Lansbury (2016) Community-corporate engagement on water resource impacts: opportunities for Social Licence to Operate. Australian Journal of Water Resources, 19 2: 1-7. doi:10.1080/13241583.2016.1148869     0 0 0
Hall, Nina (2005). Confronting Climate Change: A Review of Theoretical Perspectives on Environmental NGOs and their Campaign Effectiveness. In: Ecopolitics XVI Conference, Griffith University, Brisbane, (). 4-6 July 2005.    
Hall, Nina L., Jeanneret, Talia D. and Rai, Alan (2016) Cost-reflective electricity pricing: consumer preferences and perceptions. Energy Policy, 95 62-72. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2016.04.042     9 Cited 10 times in Scopus10 3
Hall, Nina (2018). Delivering water, sanitation and hygiene services to Australia’s remote Indigenous Communities: A scan of needs, Global Water Institute seminar series, Global Water Institute, University of New South Wales.    
Hall, Nina (2012). Empowering low income communities to control their energy consumption. In: Energy Efficiency Summer School, Sydney, Australia, (). 28-29 February 2012.    
Hall, Nina L., Taplin, Ros and Goldstein, Wendy (2010) Empowerment of individuals and realization of community agency: applying action research to climate change responses in Australia. Action Research, 8 1: 71-91. doi:10.1177/1476750309335203     8 Cited 15 times in Scopus15 0
Romanach, Lygia, Hall, Nina and Meikle, Sarah (2017) Energy consumption in an ageing population: exploring energy use and behaviour of low-income older Australians. Energy Procedia, 121 246-253. doi:10.1016/j.egypro.2017.08.024     1 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Hall, Nina (2014). Energy Inclusion. In: No Income Loan Scheme National Conference, Brisbane QLD Australia, (). 2-3 June 2014.    
Hall, Nina (2012). Engaging low-income households to achieve energy behavior change’, Behavior, Energy and Climate Change Conference. In: Behavior, Energy and Climate Change Conference, Sacramento, CA, United States, (). 12-15 November 2012.    
Hall, Nina L., Hussey, K., Lestari, E., Pudjiastuti , T. N. and Wilson, L. (2017) Enhancing food security in Indonesia through the UN Sustainable Development Goals St Lucia QLD Australia: Global Change Institute, The University of Queensland    
Hicks, J., Hall, N., Lane, T. and Wood, E. (2018). Enhancing Positive Social Outcomes from Wind Farm Development. In: Wind Industry Forum 2018, Melbourne VIC, Australia, (). March 7 2018.    
Hicks, J., Lane, T., Wood, E. and Hall, N. L. (2018) Enhancing positive social outcomes from wind farm development: evaluating community engagement and benefit-sharing in Australia : Clean Energy Council    
Hall, N. and Anders, W. (2018). Enhancing women’s health in remote communities by removing specific barriers and providing culturally-appropriate options. In: Because of Her, We Can: National NAIDOC Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Conference, UNSW Australia, (). 12 July 2018.    
Abal, E., Kenway, S. and Hall, N. (2016). Ensuring resilient energy-water-food management ahead of the next climate shock: how will we achieve water and food security in an energy efficient manner?. In: International River Symposium, New Delhi, (). 10-15 September 2016.    
Hall, Nina L. and Taplin, Ros (2010) Environmental nonprofit campaigns and state competition: influences on climate policy in California. Voluntas, 21 1: 62-81. doi:10.1007/s11266-009-9104-1     6 Cited 7 times in Scopus7 0
Hall, Nina Lansbury, Hicks, Jarra, Lane, Taryn and Wood, Emily (2017) Evaluating community engagement and benefit-sharing practices in Australian wind farm development. Case Studies in the Environment, 1 1: 1.26-6. doi:10.1525/cse.2017.000521     4
Hall, Nina, Ashworth, Peta and Shaw, Hylton (2012) Exploring community acceptance of rural wind farms in Australia: a snapshot Canberra, ACT, Australia: CSIRO    
Hall, Nina and Hall, Eva (2016). Gaps and opportunities: Water for equity and wellbeing in the Asia Pacific. In: WASH Futures conference, Brisbane QLD Australia, (). 14-18 May 2016.    
Hall, Nina (2013). Getting engaged: Securing and retaining low income participants for energy behaviour change. In: Australian Summer Study for Energy Efficiency and Decentralised Energy, Sydney, NSW Australia, (). 1-3 March 2013.    
Hall, Nina (2006). Getting the Message: Audience Resonance with Australian Climate Change Campaigns. In: Environmental Justice and Global Citizenship conference, Mansfield College, Oxford University, Oxford United Kingdom, (). 3-6 July 2006.    
Hall, Nina L, Matthews, Sophie, Hickson, Arabella and Hill, Peter S (2018) Health and the sustainable development goals: challenges for four Pacific countries. International Journal of Health Planning and Management, . doi:10.1002/hpm.2701     0
Hall, Nina Lansbury, Ross, Helen, Richards, Russell, Barrington, Dani Jennifer, Dean, Angela J., Head, Brian W., Jagals, Paul, Reid, Simon and Hill, Peter S. (2018) Implementing the United Nations’ sustainable development goals for water and beyond in Australia: a proposed systems approach. Australasian Journal of Water Resources, 22 1: 1-10. doi:10.1080/13241583.2018.1481563     1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 3
Hall, Nina, Romanach, Lygia, Cook, Stephanie and Meikle, Sarah (2013) Increasing energy-saving actions in low income households to achieve sustainability. Sustainability (Switzerland), 5 11: 4561-4577. doi:10.3390/su5114561     8 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 3
Hall, Nina, Huggett, Chelsea and Iten, Leyla (2017, July 03). Indigenous girls missing school during their periods: the state of hygiene in remote Australia. The Conversation, .    
Hall, Nina (2006). Influencing Climate Policy: The effectiveness of Australian NGO campaigns. In: Australasian Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Newcastle University, Newcastle, (). 25-27 September 2006.    
Hall, Nina, Shannon, Cindy and Jagals, Paul (2016, July 11). It’s a fallacy that all Australians have access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene. The Conversation, p.1-4.    
Hall, Nina (2005). Membership and identity of Climate Action Network Australia member groups. In: Climate Action Network Australia Annual Conference 2005, Melbourne, Australia, (). 29-30 September 2005.    
Hall, Nina (2018). 'Missing school in Australia due to gaps in Menstrual Health Management’ and ‘Delivering WASH in Australia’s remote Indigenous Communities: Cultural and historical context that affects uptake, behaviour and change’ (2 oral presentations). In: WASH Futures conference, Brisbane QLD Australia, (). 5-6 March 2018.    
Hall, Nina (2017). Missing school in Indigenous Australia: Gaps in menstrual hygiene management. In: Water and Health Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, United States, (). 16-20 October 2017.    
Hall, Nina (2006). Obstacles and Opportunities: the Journey of Climate Campaigns. In: Climate Action Network Australia Annual Conference 2006, Customs House, Sydney, (). 27-28 September 2006.    
Hall, Nina (2011). Renewable energy and a social licence to operate: Australian wind farm case study. In: Socio-Economic Opportunities and Drivers on the Way to a Low-Carbon Society- IKEM Summer Academy, Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom , (). 28 July - 1 August 2011.    
Hall, Nina (2008). Review of past climate campaigns - what have we learned?. In: Climate Action Network Australia Annual Conference 2008, Sydney, (). 29-30 April 2008.    
Hall, Nina L. and Taplin, Ros (2007). Revolution or inch-by-inch? Campaign approaches on climate change by environmental groups. In: Selected papers from The Ninth Annual Environmental Research Conference 2005 (ERE 2005). Annual Environmental Research Conference, Hobart, Australia, (95-107). December 2005. doi:10.1007/s10669-007-9022-y     Cited 16 times in Scopus16 0

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