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Naomi Boughen
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Tomorrow's digitally enabled workforce: Megatrends and scenarios for jobs and employment in Australia over the coming twenty years
S Hajkowicz, A Reeson, L Rudd, A Bratanova, L Hodgers, C Mason, ...
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), 2016
1912016
Geothermal technology in Australia: Investigating social acceptance
AM Dowd, N Boughen, P Ashworth, S Carr-Cornish
Energy policy 39 (10), 6301-6307, 2011
1152011
From research to action: Now we have to move on CCS communication
P Ashworth, N Boughen, M Mayhew, F Millar
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 4 (2), 426-433, 2010
1142010
The future of Australian sport: Megatrends shaping the sports sector over coming decades
S Hajkowicz, H Cook, L Wilhelmseder, N Boughen
Australian Sports Commission, 2013
892013
Australian attitudes toward mining
K Moffat, A Zhang, N Boughen
Citizen Survey–2014 Results. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research …, 2014
652014
An integrated roadmap of communication activities around carbon capture and storage in Australia and beyond
P Ashworth, N Boughen, M Mayhew, F Millar
Energy Procedia 1 (1), 4749-4756, 2009
612009
Engaging the public on carbon dioxide capture and storage: does a large group process work?
P Ashworth, S Carr-Cornish, N Boughen, K Thambimuthu
Energy Procedia 1 (1), 4765-4773, 2009
532009
Charting the territory: Exploring stakeholder reactions to the prospect of seafloor exploration and mining in Australia
C Mason, G Paxton, J Parr, N Boughen
Marine Policy 34 (6), 1374-1380, 2010
492010
The Future of Australian Sport: Megatrends shaping the sports sector over coming decades. A Consultancy Report for the Australian Sports Commission
SA Hajkowicz, H Cook, L Wilhelmseder, N Boughen
Australia: CSIRO, 2013
452013
Public preferences to CCS: How does it change across countries?
P Ashworth, E Einsiedel, R Howell, S Brunsting, N Boughen, A Boyd, ...
Energy Procedia 37, 7410-7418, 2013
322013
Exploring the social dimensions of an expansion to the seafloor exploration and mining industry in Australia: Synthesis Report
A Littleboy, N Boughen
CSIRO Wealth from Oceans Flagship, 2007
172007
Farsight for construction: Exploratory scenarios for Queensland’s construction industry to 2036
G Quezada, A Bratanova, N Boughen, S Hajkowicz
Canberra, Australia: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research …, 2016
142016
Understanding the residential customer perspective to emerging electricity technologies: Informing the CSIRO Future Grid Forum
N Boughen, Z Castro, P Ashworth
Brisbane, Queensland: CSIRO 44, 2013
142013
EM-future mining of the Australian seafloor-do we have the social license?
N Boughen, S Johns, A Littleboy, C Yeats, P Ashworth
122008
The future of tourism in Queensland: Megatrends creating opportunities and challenges over the coming twenty years
S Hajkowicz, H Cook, N Boughen
CSIRO, 2013
112013
Seafloor exploration and mining in Australia: Stakeholder reactions, expectations and desired level of engagement
N Boughen, C Mason, G Paxton, R Parsons, S Johns, J Parr, K Moffat
CSIRO Wealth from Oceans Flagship, Report EPIII562, 2010
112010
Societal uptake of alternative energy futures: Final report
A Littleboy, N Boughen, S Niemeyer, K Fisher
Newcastle, NSW: CSIRO Energy Transformed Research Flagship, 2006
82006
Understanding the social acceptance of mining
K Moffat, J Lacey, N Boughen, S Carr-Cornish, M Rodriguez
Mining and sustainable development: current issues, 27-43, 2018
72018
Fast Forward: Scenarios for Queensland in the Year 2025 Describing the Marketplace for Education, Healthcare, Policing, Transport and Other Public Services: a Scenario Planning …
L Rudd, S Hajkowicz, S Nepal, N Boughen, A Reeson
Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation and CSIRO, 2015
62015
Societal Uptake of Alternative Energy Futures: Final Report. Newcastle
A Littleboy, N Boughen, S Niemeyer, K Fisher
NSW, CSIRO Energy Transformed Research Flagship, 2006
62006
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