Hanabeth Luke
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Social resistance to coal seam gas development in the Northern Rivers region of Eastern Australia: Proposing a diamond model of social license to operate
H Luke
Land use policy 69, 266-280, 2017
Community perspectives of natural resource extraction: coal-seam gas mining and social identity in Eastern Australia
D Lloyd, H Luke, B Boyd
Coolabah, 144-164, 2013
Unconventional gas development in Australia: A critical review of its social license
H Luke, M Brueckner, N Emmanouil
The Extractive Industries and Society 5 (4), 648-662, 2018
Understanding the fundamentals of the Social Licence to Operate: Its evolution, current state of development and future avenues for research
AL Santiago, J Demajorovic, DE Rossetto, H Luke
Resources Policy 70, 101941, 2021
Is ‘activist’a dirty word? Place identity, activism and unconventional gas development across three continents
H Luke, ED Rasch, D Evensen, M Köhne
The Extractive Industries and Society 5 (4), 524-534, 2018
Unconventional gas development: why a regional community said no: a report of findings from the 2012 Lismore City council election poll and exit poll survey (New South Wales)
H Luke, D Lloyd, W Boyd, K den Exter
Geographical Research 52 (3), 263-279, 2014
Beach-user perceptions and attitudes towards drone surveillance as a shark-bite mitigation tool
D Stokes, K Apps, PA Butcher, B Weiler, H Luke, AP Colefax
Marine policy 120, 104127, 2020
Improving conservation community group effectiveness using mind mapping and action research
H Luke, D Lloyd, W Boyd, K Den Exter
Conservation and Society 12 (1), 43-53, 2014
Comparing reflexive and assertive approaches to social licence and social impact assessment
R Parsons, H Luke
The Extractive Industries and Society 8 (2), 100765, 2021
‘All dressed up with nowhere to go’: Navigating the coal seam gas boom in the Western Downs region of Queensland
H Luke, N Emmanouil
The Extractive Industries and Society 6 (4), 1350-1361, 2019
Ecological restoration of a severely degraded coastal acid sulfate soil: A case study of the East Trinity wetland, Queensland
H Luke, MA Martens, EM Moon, D Smith, NJ Ward, RT Bush
Ecological Management & Restoration 18 (2), 103-114, 2017
Developing the Lismore CSG Poll-A university/local government collaboration
H Luke, KA den Exter, WE Boyd, DJ Lloyd, B Roche
Journal of Economic & Social Policy 15 (3), 119-139, 2013
Community narratives of unconventional gas development in Australia, Canada, and the United States, and their effect on social licence
H Luke, D Evensen
Whitton, M. Cotton, K. Brasier, UK, 2017
A mining legacies lens: From externalities to wellbeing in extractive industries
C Roche, L Sinclair, R Spencer, H Luke, M Brueckner, S Knowles, M Paull
The Extractive Industries and Society 8 (3), 100961, 2021
Exploring opportunities and constraints of a certification scheme for regenerative agricultural practice
W Elrick, H Luke, K Stimpson
Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 46 (10), 1527-1549, 2022
Not getting a social licence to operate can be a costly mistake, as coal seam gas firms have found
H Luke
The Conversation, 2018
After the dust settles: Community resilience legacies of unconventional gas development
H Luke, D Evensen
The Extractive Industries and Society 8 (3), 100856, 2021
Social license for industrial developments in rural areas: a case study of unconventional gas development in the Northern Rivers, Australia; an investigation of regional values …
H Luke
Southern Cross University, 2016
Regenerative farming as climate action
MS Alexanderson, H Luke, DJ Lloyd
Journal of environmental management 347, 119063, 2023
Mapping the social movement against coal seam gas development in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Australia
H Luke, D Lloyd
S. Cross UL Rev. 19, 77, 2018
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