Dr Ellie Martus, Centre for Governance and Public Policy Griffith University, and Associate Professor Fengshi Wu, University of New South Wales, co-convened an international conference this month titled “Environmental Politics under Authoritarian Rule: activism, policy, and governance”. The conference was funded by a grant from the Australian Political Studies Association (APSA) with additional funding provided […]
Researchers are investigating whether the COVID virus can affect vision and depth-perception of those infected.
Griffith researchers shed light on extinct large species related to modern-day wombat family.
Restoring tidal flow to enclosed freshwater wetlands is key to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and helping reach Australia's carbon reduction targets
Griffith University has been helping farmers and co-operatives in Binh Thuan Province train for export expansion to Australia. The province has historically concentrated on the export and distribution of dragon fruit across South-East Asia, but key stakeholders are now looking to expand to wholesalers and supermarkets in Melbourne, Australia. Associate Professor Robin E Roberts, from […]
Former Federal MP, Terri Butler has joined Griffith’s Climate Ready Initiative (CRI) board, putting her sharp political faculties toward climate readiness and resilience.
Almost one in three voters cast their ballot for minor parties or independent candidates in the 2022 federal election, the highest number in almost 100 years, Australia’s largest and longest-running study on elections has found. The 2022 Australian Election Study (AES), prepared in partnership with Griffith University and The Australian National University (ANU), found Anthony […]