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7 June 2024
Fresh produce sold at the Efate Port Vila Market in Vanuatu. (Asian Development Bank)

Researcher encourages youth engagement in Vanuatu’s agriculture sector

As the global population is projected to reach 9 billion by 2050, the youth demographic (ages 15-24) will constitute about...

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7 June 2024

$8.2 million to transform tourism on the Savannah Way

Tourism experts secured an $8.2 million grant for the Etheridge Shire to transform tourism on the Savannah Way.

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4 June 2024
Solar panel farm at sunset located in South Australia

Australia’s 2024 green energy policies mark a significant shift towards cleaner energy sources

A new policy brief from the Griffith Asia Institute evaluates Australia’s 2024 green energy-related policies and examines their potential impact...

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29 May 2024

EV tax break suits top tax brackets, leaving the rest in the dust

Projected to cost $205 million to the public purse, research finds the tax incentive to encourage the uptake of EVs is inequitable.

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29 May 2024
intergenerational issues

Australia’s unfair generational inheritance

The 2024-2025 Australian federal budget addressed current cost-of-living issues but lacked any real clarity around future planning. It has raised concerns about the long-term impacts of budget measures on future generations.

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14 May 2024

Newly formed Centre aims to transform our understanding of violence against women

Eliminating violence against women is one of the major challenges of the 21st century. Awareness of the problem has grown...

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13 May 2024

MBA student lands CEO role at Paddle Australia 

Women in Sports Leadership MBA Scholarship recipient Kim Crane has been announced as Paddle Australia’s next CEO.

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9 May 2024
EV Production Line on Advanced Automated Smart Factory. High Performance Electric Car Manufacturing. Car Batteries Installation on Electric Vehicles on Assembly line. Automotive Plant.

China’s ‘new three’ exports dominate the 2023 global green transition

A new report provides insight on how China's global green trade exports are dominating in the global system.

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28 April 2024

Rising costs can encourage a better kind of tourism

The rising costs of living and airfares point to long-haul travel being affordable for fewer people. It also might re-shape the way we think about tourism.

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22 April 2024
Professor Carolyn Evans, Vice Chancellor and President, Mr Marus Blackmore AM, Caroline Furlong and Mrs Rebecca Frizelle, Deputy Chancellor at the launch of the partnership between Griffith University and the Blackmore Family Foundation.

Blackmore and Griffith join forces for new Business Chair

A new partnership with Blackmore Family Foundation has mobilised a worldwide search for the Blackmore Chair in Business Leadership.

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