- Behaviour change research, especially around energy consumption
- Technology assessment, particularly regarding energy technologies and climate change science.
- Advocacy, development and policy influence of non-government organisations working on climate change and environmental sustainability.
Hall, N. and Jeanneret, T. (2015), ‘Social licence to operate: An opportunity to enhance CSR for deeper communication and engagement’, Corporate Communications: An International Journal, 20 (2): 213-222.
Carr-Cornish, S. and Hall, N. (2015), ‘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, DOI:10.1080/14486563.2015.1041067
Hall, N., Lacey, J., Dowd, A-M. and Carr-Cornish, S. (2015), ‘Social Licence to Operate: Understanding how the concept has been translated into practice in energy industries’, Journal of Cleaner Production, 86: 301–310.
Hall, N. (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: Special edition on Social Licence to Operate, 28: 219-238.
Hall N. (2014), The discourse of “social licence to operate”: case study of the Australian wind industry’, AIMS Energy Vol. 2 No. (4): 443 – 460
Hall, N., Romanach, L., Cook, S. and Meikle, S. (2013), ‘Increasing Energy-Saving Actions in Low Income Households to Achieve Sustainability’, Sustainability, 5: 4561-4577.
Romanach, L., Hall, N. and Cook, S. (2013), ‘Behaviour change and energy consumption: a case study on engaging and retaining participation of low-income individuals’, Community Development Journal, doi:10.1093/cdj/bst056.
Hall, N., Ashworth, P. and Devine-Wright, P. (2013), ‘Societal acceptance of wind farms: Analysis of four common themes across Australian case studies’, Energy Policy 58: 200-208.
Hall, N. and Taplin, R. (2010), 'Environmental Nonprofit Campaigns and State Competition: Influences on Climate Policy in California', Voluntas: International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Organizations 21:62–81.
Hall, N., Taplin, R. and Goldstein, W. (2010), 'Empowerment of individuals and realization of community agency: Applying Action Research to climate change responses in Australia', Action Research 8(1): 71–91.
Hall, N., and Taplin, R. (2008). ‘Room for climate advocate in a coal-focused economy? NGO influence on Australian climate policy’, Australian Journal of Social Issues 43(3): 359-379.
Hall, N. and Taplin, R. (2007a), 'Revolution or Inch-By-Inch? Campaign Approaches on Climate Change by Environmental Groups', The Environmentalist 27: 95-107.
Hall, N., and Taplin, R. (2007b). 'Solar Festivals and Climate Bills: Comparing NGO climate change campaigns in the UK and Australia', Voluntas: International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Organizations 18 (4): 317-338.
Hall, N. and Star, C. (2007), 'Are They Hitting the Target? Climate Change Messages and Strategies by Australian NGOs', in J. Ensor, I. Polak and P. van de Merwe (ed.s), Other Contact Zones: New Talents 21C (7) , Journal of Australian Studies: 137- 147.
Hall, N. and McGee, J. (2007), 'Climate Change in Australia: Shifting Public Attitudes and Federal Government Policy', Local Government Reporter 6(3): 38-42.
Hall, N. and Taplin, R. (2006), 'Confronting Climate Change: A Review of Theoretical Perspectives on Environmental NGOs and their Campaign Effectiveness', Griffith Journal of the Environment (2).
van der Laan, S. and Lansbury, N. (2004), ‘Socially Responsible Investing and Climate Change: Contradictions and Challenges’, Australian Accounting Review, 14(3): 21-30.
G. Evans, J. Goodman, and N. Lansbury (2002), Moving Mountains: Communities Confront Mining and Globalisation, Zed Books, UK.
Evans, G., Goodman, J. and Lansbury, N. (2002), 'Globalisation: Threats and Opportunities' (pp.xi- xxiii) and Politicising Finance' (pp.37-57) in G. Evans, J. Goodman, and N. Lansbury (ed.s), Moving Mountains: Communities Confront Mining and Globalisation, Zed Books, UK.