Griffith University’s Australian Rivers Institute has been named the number one global water security think tank by the ‘2020 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report’.
2011 Brisbane Floods shows that the revegetation of riverbanks can reduce the sediment load entering drinking water supplies during large floods.
Griffith University researchers were central in developing the Asian Development Bank’s world leading water security index, the Asian Water Development Outlook 2020
Griffith University will host eastern node of a new environmental research hub providing leadership in threatened species and extreme events such as bushfires.
Griffith University’s unique FishID software project has been given a boost with the announcement of $211,000 in funding from the Australian Research Data Commons.
Dr Lachlan Guthrie from Griffith’s International Water Centre has won the 2020 Young Water Professional of the Year at the Queensland Water Awards for his work on how COVID-19 impacts water security.
Improved understanding of the social and cultural attitudes to water in the Murray-Darling Basin is the focus of a new ARC Special Research Initiatives grant.