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Using social network analysis to monitor and assess the effectiveness of knowledge brokers at connecting scientists and decision‐makers: An Australian case study
C Cvitanovic, R Cunningham, AM Dowd, SM Howden, EI Van Putten
Environmental Policy and Governance 27 (3), 256-269, 2017
1042017
Linking adaptation science to action to build food secure Pacific Island communities
C Cvitanovic, S Crimp, A Fleming, J Bell, M Howden, AJ Hobday, M Taylor, ...
Climate Risk Management 11, 53-62, 2016
512016
Understanding key elements in establishing a social license for CCS: An empirical approach
C Gough, R Cunningham, S Mander
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 68, 16-25, 2018
442018
Engaging communities in climate adaptation: the potential of social networks
R Cunningham, C Cvitanovic, T Measham, B Jacobs, AM Dowd, ...
Climate Policy 16 (7), 894-908, 2016
442016
Societal responses to CO2 storage in the UK: media, stakeholder and public perspectives
C Gough, R Cunningham, S Mander
Energy Procedia 114, 7310-7316, 2017
182017
Social network analysis: a primer on engaging communities on climate adaptation in New South Wales, Australia
R Cunningham, B Jacobs, T Measham, MP Harman, C Cvitanovic
Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS, 2017
102017
Management of small irrigation tank cascade systems (STCS) in Sri Lanka: past, present and future
B Kekulandala, B Jacobs, R Cunningham
Climate and Development 13 (4), 337-347, 2021
92021
Comparing online and offline knowledge networks of Carbon Capture and Storage
S Mander, R Cunningham, L Lever, C Gough
Energy Procedia 114, 7326-7332, 2017
92017
A preliminary assessment into the utility of social networks for engaging local communities in climate adaptation policy: working paper prepared for NSW Office of Environment …
R Cunningham, C Cvitanovic, T Measham, B Jacobs, AM Dowd, ...
Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS, 2014
82014
Water Scarcity Risk For Australian Farms & The Implications for the Financial Sector
S Kelly, R Plant, R Cunningham, K Maras
UTS Printing Services, 2019
62019
Engaging local communities in climate adaptation: a social network perspective from Orange Valley, New South Wales, Australia
BP Harman, K Rylance, PR Brown, R Cunningham, B Jacobs, ...
62016
Exploring the networks of government scientists using Social Network Analysis: a scoping study
L Goggin, R Cunningham, G Summerell, M Littleboy
International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, 2015
62015
Uncovering engagement networks for adaptation in three regional communities: empirical examples from New South Wales, Australia
R Cunningham, B Jacobs, TG Measham
Climate 9 (2), 21, 2021
52021
Using social network analysis to monitor and assess the effectiveness of knowledge brokers at connecting scientists and decision-makers: an Australian case study. Environ …
C Cvitanovic, R Cunningham, AM Dowd, SM Howden, EI van Putten
51752
Social Connection and Knowledge Brokerage in a State Government Research Network in Australia
CL Goggin, R Cunningham
Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management 19 (1), pp54-75, 2021
32021
Community based perspectives on climate change and adaptation in the Shoalhaven region
B Harman, R Cunningham, C Cvitanovic, B Jacobs, T Measham
New South Wales, Australia, CSIRO, Australia, 2015
32015
A Knowledge Network Approach to Understanding Water Shortage Adaptation in Kiribati
R Cunningham, P Mukheibir, B Jacobs, L Boronyak, P Alofa
Managing Climate Change Adaptation in the Pacific Region, 151-169, 2020
12020
Changes in social connection in a government research network
R Cunningham, L Goggin
UTS, 2019
12019
Industrial Transformation in response to climate change| NSW VITICULTURE SECTOR
S Sharpe, R Cunningham, C Delaney
UTS, 2019
12019
Forced innovation: Business preparedness and recovery after extreme weather events
S Sharpe, C Delaney, R Cunningham
UTS, 2019
12019
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