Griffith University researchers have been awarded a $640,000 Australian Research Council Linkage grant to develop an indicator of nutrient-runoff essential for accurate nutrient trading schemes.
Griffith University researchers found Aboriginal people have rights to only a tiny fraction of the available water in NSW.
Griffith University researchers have outlined in Science how the COVID-19 pandemic provides governments across the globe with an opportunity to correct our environmental trajectory and deliver a shot in the arm for biodiversity. The group of researchers from the Australian Rivers Institute (ARI) highlighted ways the choices societies take emerging from lockdown could have lasting […]
Griffith University researchers were part of a group of Australian palaeontologists who announced the discovery of new extinct Australian megafauna that lived until 40,000 years ago in tropical northern Australia and the reason for their demise. The research, led by the Queensland Museum, and including experts from Griffith University, and a host of other Australian […]
New approach needed for conservation and ethical sharing of biological resources and science benefits
Researchers call for a new approach for sharing the benefits of biological resources, science and technology.
Australian Rivers Institute researchers take home Advance Queensland Fellowships to help fund individual projects.
Loss of biodiversity due to climate change could result in further decline in the health of Murray-Darling Basin.