This research aims to measure levels of perceived risk, benefits, knowledge, and other underlying drivers of trust and social acceptance of conventional gas development in SA’s south east, and develop baseline data on community values, well-being and future expectations.

Reports and papers

Community wellbeing and local attitudes to conventional gas development in the south east of South Australia PDF 3 MB

This research measured levels of perceived impacts, risk, benefits, knowledge, and other underlying drivers of trust and social acceptance of conventional gas development in the south east of South Australia, also known as the Limestone Coast region. Research results showed community wellbeing is very high across the south east of South Australia, and attitudes towards conventional gas development are diverse, and vary across the region.

Final report, February 2020

Extras

Community wellbeing and local attitudes to conventional gas development in south east South Australia PDF 2 MB

This factsheet summarises key points of research into community wellbeing and local attitudes and perceptions of conventional gas development in the southern Limestone Coast or lower south east region of South Australia.

Factsheet, June 2020

Community wellbeing and local attitudes to conventional gas development in the south east of South Australia PDF 2 MB

Presented to the South Australian Knowledge Transfer Session held video conference in March 2020.

Presentation, March 2020

Project progress

This project is now complete.

Progress Report PDF 754 KB

The project outline, any variations and research progress.

Progress Report, July 2020

Project proposal PDF 855 KB

A detailed description of the project, budget and research milestones.

Project order, July 2018.

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