Justine Lacey
Justine Lacey
Verified email at csiro.au
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Maintaining legitimacy of a contested practice: How the minerals industry understands its ‘social licence to operate’
R Parsons, J Lacey, K Moffat
Resources Policy 41, 83-90, 2014
1802014
The social licence to operate: a critical review
K Moffat, J Lacey, A Zhang, S Leipold
Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 89 (5), 477-488, 2016
1552016
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
1402015
Using social contract to inform social licence to operate: an application in the Australian coal seam gas industry
J Lacey, J Lamont
Journal of Cleaner Production 84, 831–839, 2014
1112014
Approaches to identifying stakeholders in environmental management: Insights from practitioners to go beyond the ‘usual suspects’
RM Colvin, GB Witt, J Lacey
Land Use Policy 52, 266-276, 2016
952016
Understanding the social licence to operate of mining at the national scale: a comparative study of Australia, China and Chile
A Zhang, K Moffat, J Lacey, J Wang, R González, K Uribe, L Cui, Y Dai
Journal of Cleaner Production 108, 1063-1072, 2015
852015
The social identity approach to understanding socio-political conflict in environmental and natural resources management
RM Colvin, GB Witt, J Lacey
Global Environmental Change 34, 237–246, 2015
812015
Exploring the concept of a Social Licence to Operate in the Australian minerals industry: Results from interviews with industry representatives
J Lacey, R Parsons, K Moffat
EP125553, CSIRO, October, 2012
812012
Building Learning Communities: Partnerships, Social Capital and VET Performance. A National Vocational Education and Training Research and Evaluation Program Report.
J Allison, S Gorringe, J Lacey
National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2006
632006
Informed adaptation: Ethical considerations for adaptation researchers and decision-makers
J Lacey, M Howden, C Cvitanovic, AM Dowd
Global Environmental Change 32, 200-210, 2015
552015
Australian attitudes toward mining: Citizen Survey – 2017 Results
K Moffat, P Pert, R McCrea, N Boughen, M Rodriguez, J Lacey
CSIRO, Australia, 2017
492017
Strange bedfellows or an aligning of values? Exploration of stakeholder values in an alliance of concerned citizens against coal seam gas mining
RM Colvin, GB Witt, J Lacey
Land Use Policy 42, 392-399, 2015
482015
Can’t climb the trees anymore: social licence to operate, bioenergy and whole stump removal in Sweden
P Edwards, J Lacey
Social Epistemology 28 (3-4), 239-257, 2014
472014
Understanding and managing trust at the climate science–policy interface
J Lacey, M Howden, C Cvitanovic, RM Colvin
Nature Climate Change, 1, 2018
442018
How wind became a four-letter word: Lessons for community engagement from a wind energy conflict in King Island, Australia
RM Colvin, GB Witt, J Lacey
Energy Policy 98, 483-494, 2016
422016
The art and science of community relations: Procedural fairness at Newmont's Waihi Gold operations, New Zealand
J Lacey, S Carr-Cornish, A Zhang, K Eglinton, K Moffat
Resources Policy 52, 245-254, 2017
392017
Social licence as social contract: procedural fairness and forest agreement-making in Australia
J Lacey, P Edwards, J Lamont
Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 89 (5), 489-499, 2016
332016
Social licence to operate and forestry–an introduction
P Edwards, J Lacey, S Wyatt, KJH Williams
Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 89 (5), 473-476, 2016
222016
The emergence of social licence necessitates reforms in environmental regulation
IE van Putten, C Cvitanovic, E Fulton, J Lacey, R Kelly
Ecology and Society 23 (3), 2018
172018
What is the relationship between human and social capital: what transfers to whom?
K Roberts, J Lacey
Rural Society 18 (2), 103-116, 2008
172008
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