International student Shelley Karkoodi is working hard to create a new sustainable building material that is a composite of timber and steel.
Australia’s leading research and environment organisations call for major reform at 2023 Right to Repair Summit
Griffith University, Ewaste Watch Institute, Clean Up Australia and the Australian Repair Network are calling for essential reforms that will incentivise and support the repair of products, machines and equipment at the 2023 Australian Repair Summit to be held at the National Library in Canberra on August 11. Trailblazers of the environmental movement, Boomerang Alliance […]
Where there’s a will, there’s a way. For Dr Indigo Willing, that volition saw her take up skateboarding at age 41 and just recently, co-present at the International Stoke Sessions Conference on Surfing and Skateboarding in San Diego USA for which Tony Hawke was keynote. Bringing new ideas center-stage, Dr Willing, who is a Research […]
Dr Timothy Cadman has successfully secured the protection of local hardwood areas once primed for logging, including native forest belonging to the proposed Great Koala National Park along the Mid North Coast of New South Wales. Thanks to the support of extensive fieldwork, satellite mapping software and historical imagery, Dr Cadman led effective negotiations with […]
Griffith University’s second Repair Café will offer repairs at its Southbank campus on 21 April and the call is out for volunteers.
Griffith University’s disaster management credentials have been boosted following the appointment of renowned expert Professor Iain MacKenzie to the role of Professor of Practice – Disaster Management.
A new smart planter is set to provide a simple and efficient way to green buildings and surfaces where conventional planting is impossible.