Search results for: international water association

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23 January 2013
Associate Professor Margaret Greenway

International Water Association honour

Associate Professor Margaret Greenway, of the Griffith School of Engineering, has been recognised for her contribution to the International Water Association.

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31 May 2023

Social networks the key to water management & sanitation in the Pacific

A Griffith-led study has found traditional and digital social networks are key to improving community water management & sanitation in the Pacific

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19 August 2020

From lifeguard to international humanitarian of the sea

From a young age, humanitarian Simon Lewis has been driven to make a difference in the community that surrounds him....

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22 March 2013
Tourists enjoying swimming pool setting.

Water paper puts tourism industry on notice

Tourism businesses must take increased responsibility for water use across the industry in the face of rising costs and a...

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4 December 2023
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21 July 2023
Women's football

Will gender equality be the legacy of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup?

The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand has generated excitement but also highlighted the slow progress towards gender equality in sports. The Matildas, Australia's national women's soccer team, are using this event to advocate for improved governance, pay equity, and representation for women in sports.

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15 November 2021
Global Partnerships

SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals

Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalise the global partnership for sustainable development. UN Sustainable Development Goals can can only be met through collaboration. Investments and support is needed to ensure innovative technological development, fair trade and market access is achieved.

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3 November 2021
Community Radio

COVID, climate change and Australia’s community radio sector

Climate responses are often distant global discussions that don’t translate to the everyday lived experience of local communities. The embeddedness of community radio in the social and cultural lives of their communities is an untapped reservoir to communicate climate action and pursue climate justice. 

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27 May 2021
Alan Joyce AC

In Conversation with Alan Joyce AC

Travelling into the future The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed many sectors to the brink, and none more so than the...

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12 October 2020
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