For biodiversity to thrive, conservation efforts must be ‘Nature and People Positive’, a recent study has found.
A rapid scale up in mangrove restoration is required if the Australian Government hopes to reach the goals of a recently announced partnership with the Mangrove Alliance for Climate
To meet basic human needs across the globe without breaching environmental limits will require a redistribution of resources and a transformation of society
A Griffith-led study reports that tropical oyster reefs have a far greater diversity than temperate reefs
A Griffith University led study has shown how animals can have enormous impacts on coastal restoration, both positive and negative.
New Griffith research is using biochemical profiles from the blood of sea turtles as a tool to monitor the health of populations in the wild
A Griffith study has found the amount of diverse seeds stored in abandoned land in the Murray-Darling Basin and essential paddock trees, make the region highly resilient to agriculture.