Professor of Psychology, University of New England
Don Hine is a professor of psychology at the University of New England, specialising in environmental psychology. Don’s work focuses on understanding the factors that underlie environmental problems such as resource over-consumption, climate change, air pollution, and invasive species. His research group designs and evaluates behaviour change strategies to help solve these problems.
Don has authored over 80 refereed scientific publications, has extensive experience in curriculum development and teaching and has been involved in numerous community projects addressing air quality, biodiversity and the management of invasive animals.