Harnessing social norms to find a socially acceptable energy transition

    Project Details


    This project aims to discover the potential of social norms to enable energy-producing communities to explore and define a socially acceptable energy transition. By implementing and evaluating a new social norm change intervention in the Upper Hunter region, this project expects to generate new knowledge about what matters most to communities facing transition, and how norms, identities, and networks interact to enable or constrain change. Outcomes include direct input to energy transition planning, enhanced collaboration with policy and civil society, and new international research networks. This should provide significant benefits by helping Australian communities and policy-makers navigate the local impacts of global energy transition.
    Effective start/end date29/12/2328/12/26


    • Australian National University (ANU): A$123,391.00
    • Australian Research Council (ARC): A$480,461.00