Event asks what the future holds for coastal communities and much-loved beaches.
Griffith Agribusiness’ most recent recruit, Dr Zannie Langford, is set to take the lead on a new project, exploring climate change resilience strategies for seaweed farmers in Indonesia. Seaweed farming is Indonesia’s largest marine aquacultural industry, but the variability of ocean conditions and the impact of rainfall on seaweed production mean that it is already […]
Findings reveal how Australia’s alpine habitat responds to climate change and bushfires.
New Griffith-led research has found that climate and river management have impacted both the amount of water and when it arrives. Published in Ecological Indicators, researchers from Griffith University and the University of Queensland investigated the change in the occurrence of streamflow due to climate change (through a change in rainfall) and river operations (flow […]
Dr Ellie Martus, Centre for Governance and Public Policy Griffith University, and Associate Professor Fengshi Wu, University of New South Wales, co-convened an international conference this month titled “Environmental Politics under Authoritarian Rule: activism, policy, and governance”. The conference was funded by a grant from the Australian Political Studies Association (APSA) with additional funding provided […]
Restoring tidal flow to enclosed freshwater wetlands is key to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and helping reach Australia's carbon reduction targets
TPCC unites global thought leaders to advance climate action in tourism industries.