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13 July 2021
SDG

Crisis society and sustainable business

Eighteen months into the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are contending with a range of emergent challenges—chief among them their fight for survival.

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5 April 2024
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21 March 2024

Lighting the way to sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific region

Taking a deep dive into economic challenges unique to the Asia-Pacific region, Griffith Asia Institute released its flagship report.

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7 November 2023

Better Business Dinner guests asked to think differently and change the way they see their world

Griffith Business School celebrated industry partners, alumni and the wider business community at their Better Business Dinner on Friday, 3...

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20 December 2022

Regenerative literacy can help build sustainable tourism

When you think about good tourism experience, it’s the things that you have done and the emotions that you felt while doing them that generally come to mind. Tourism also connects us,as tourists and as hosts, to place. How can we rebuild biodiversity as tourists and tourism operators?

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10 November 2022
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10 November 2022
Griffith Business School - Better Business Dinner 2022

Griffith Better Business Dinner marks new tradition in connecting with community

Griffith Business School celebrated its industry partners and connected with their community through their inaugural Better Business Dinner on Friday...

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18 May 2022

Party policies indicate stark choice on sustainable future

New research into Australia’s political party policies during the 2022 election indicates the increasing difference between the major political parties based on their alignment with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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28 April 2022
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6 March 2022
Feminist Foreign Policy

Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow

This is the critical decade for climate action and all foreign policy interventions will be judged against this global challenge. To meet this challenge, it is time for Australia to adopt the focus and techniques of feminist foreign policy.

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