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1 February 2022

SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

The world is becoming increasingly urbanised, and the population is constantly growing. Today, more than half of us live in cities, placing them at the forefront of some of our biggest challenges — from public health to climate change.  

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13 July 2021

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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28 April 2020

Creating a sustainable future for all

As extreme weather, rising sea levels and shifting landscapes reinforce the realities of living with a changing climate, a team of Griffith scientists are working on the frontline to reduce the global impact.

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27 October 2015

Representatives from the Ministry of Agriculture (Indonesia) visit Griffith University

Last week, Indonesian representatives from the Ministry of Agriculture met with Griffith University leaders, researchers and RHD students to discuss...

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11 March 2013
Artist's impression of Sir Samuel Griffith Centre

Stellar rating for Sir Samuel Griffith Centre

The Sir Samuel Griffith Centre has been awarded a coveted 6-star green rating by the Green Building Council of Australia...

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4 September 2012

Sir Samuel Griffith Building on track

The countdown is on for next year’s opening of the Sir Samuel Griffith Building; Australia’s first zero-emission, self-powering teaching and...

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8 December 2023
Cruel Summer

A cruel summer

Summer 2023-24 is marked by a return to El Niño and has prompted concerns that rising temperatures, worsened by climate change, will threaten health, productivity, and safety. Griffith University’s Dr Aaron Bach suggests some strategies from workplace adjustments to home cooling tips aimed at beating the heat.

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28 October 2021
Flooded houses

SDG 13: Climate Action

There is no country in the world that is not seeing first-hand the drastic effects of climate change. Greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise, and are now more than 50 percent higher than their 1990 level. Further, global warming is causing long-lasting changes to our climate system, which threatens irreversible consequences if we do not take action now.

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29 August 2018
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3 September 2015
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