She’s a social researcher looking to save the planet – and save us money!

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Nina’s work has taken her to some breathtaking sites, including Yosemite Falls in California.

Nina Hall is fired up. She wants to contribute to a future that we all want to experience – one that sees good health for ourselves and our environment.

Nina is the leader of EnergySavers, a project aimed at empowering low income individuals to move to energy efficient behaviours and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. This means saving money on power bills, and getting the best value out of the energy that is used.

“The project has been particularly popular among refugee participants who value the interactive introduction to using energy in Australia, and low-income seniors who appreciate the opportunity to better manage their pensions,” says Nina.

Last year, Nina was lucky enough to present the emerging results of the EnergySavers program at the Behavior, Energy and Climate Change conference in California. She even squeezed in a quick trip to Yosemite National Park before coming home.

Nina began her career investigating environmental issues, but as the science on climate change crystallised she moved her focus to climate change and energy consumption.

“I see myself as a change agent, working directly from published work and through a very respected and independent organisation.”

With such a busy role, you’d think she would have little time to relax. But that’s certainly not the case. Nina is a regular bike rider, bushwalker and swimmer – and still manages to find time for her hubby and two kids.

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One Comment on “She’s a social researcher looking to save the planet – and save us money!”

  1. JJ Lottering says:

    Well done Dr Nina Hall, we need more ambassadors like you.

    As the cost of living increases all over the world, pensioners and the low income class finds it more difficult to make ends with what they have. They need all the help they can get.

    Thanks for your contribution.


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