Researchers ask what can we do to ready ourselves – and our weekends – for climate altered futures?
Griffith-led research has revealed that both the decrease in wind and the higher temperatures accompanying climate change can cause bigger algal blooms.
Health concerns and a changing attitude towards eating meat is causing more Australians to swap their omnivore diets for one that is plant-based.
Publication proposes way forward for the 21 World Heritage Committee signatories to deal with climate change threat.
74 per cent of Norway’s new cars are electric. Australia? Just 0.7 percent.
Griffith University researchers are unravelling how stressors like climate change, pollution and dissolved nitrogen and sediment from run-off are having combined effects in coastal ecosystems.
State the first in world to reduce CO₂ emissions and increase removals to become net carbon negative.