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28 June 2023
Pacific Islands

Why Australia needs to partner with the Pacific to fight climate change

Senator Penny Wong, Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs, has been actively engaging with Pacific Island countries to address climate change, which is seen as the greatest threat to the region. However, doubts remain about whether this engagement can be sustained and deepened to strengthen relationships. Australia's engagement in the Pacific needs to extend beyond climate and security issues and focus on understanding the region and fostering a genuine partnership.

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8 September 2022

Change Conference is back with a bang

Behaviour experts will converge on Griffith University’s South Bank campus as the Change Conference makes its in-person comeback.

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15 August 2022

Climate change could lead to larger algal blooms

Griffith-led research has revealed that both the decrease in wind and the higher temperatures accompanying climate change can cause bigger algal blooms.

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13 January 2022
Vaccine Mandate Protest

Has the pandemic fundamentally changed our ethics?

As we head into the third year of the pandemic, debates continue to rage over the ethics of vaccine mandates, restrictions on civil liberties, the limits of government power and the inequitable distribution of vaccines globally. With so much disagreement over questions like these, has the pandemic fundamentally changed the way we think about ethics?

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6 December 2021

2022 Rhodes Scholar wants to change the health system

An impressive final year Griffith student, who overcame a cancer diagnosis at 15 before embarking on a medical degree, has been awarded a prestigious 2022 Australia-At-Large Rhodes Scholarship.

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23 August 2021
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8 June 2021
Brisbane Flood 2011

Climate change and the great Australian insurance dilemma

Underinsurance and un-insurability are growing in Australia and creating a plethora of social justice issues. With low-income earners and first home buyers disproportionately exposed to risks.

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10 March 2021

Australian research institutes lead the way in climate change adaptation

Griffith University, CSIRO and Australian National University are all in the top five institutions globally for publishing climate change adaptation...

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10 September 2020

No overall change in suspected suicide rate this year

There have been five more suspected suicides this year than last, but significantly fewer than 2017, new data from the...

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5 May 2020
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