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Nina Lansbury Hall

Researcher – Environmental Health Unit, School of Public Health at The University of Queensland

About Me

Dr Nina Lansbury Hall is an environmental health researcher in the School of Public Health at The University of Queensland. She conducts research and teaching on responses to complex issues around the sustainable and integrated development, management and use of water resources with social, environmental and economic considerations. She is also involved in communicating water and health-relevant research findings into policy outcomes with stakeholders, including community engagement, behaviour change and policy analysis. Nina has worked on environmental and social sustainability issues in research and non-government organisations and she is motivated by an aim to create and contribute to high-impact research that responds to complex or ‘wicked’ environmental and social challenges in Australia and globally. Her current research examines the implementation challenges and opportunities for the UN Sustainable Development Goals; and sustainable provision and evaluation of water, sanitation and hygiene in development, including Australia’s remote Aboriginal communities.

Courses and Programs taught by Nina Lansbury Hall

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Leadership in Global Development

MicroMasters® Program
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