A team of economists and scientists led by Griffith University’s Dr Jim Smart have found a ‘nitrogen trading scheme’ amongst cane farmers could help protect the Great Barrier Reef.
Professor Jean-Marc Hero explains in just 60 seconds why we should all care about disappearing frogs.
Despite what you might think from listening to some politicians, media outlets and commentators, only about 7% of Australians can be considered “climate change sceptics”.
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Clean energy and a sustainable environment have been the top priorities of the Chinese government economic development policy and after more than a decade of heavy investment and consistent effort, China has now become one of the leading nations in these research fields. In a significant development in Griffith University’s efforts to expand international […]
Researchers have found Australian skiers may need to head overseas in search of higher ground thanks to global warming. Griffith’s Associate Professor Catherine Pickering has researched the effects of declining snow cover and hotter summers on the Australian Alps. Snow cover is already declining in Australia’s alpine regions, and the trend is expected […]
Finding rancid prawns and twelve week old cheese in restaurant fridges is all in a day’s work for Courtney King, but luckily she says she has a cast iron stomach. Finding rancid prawns and twelve week old cheese in restaurant fridges is all in a day’s work for Courtney King, but luckily she says she […]
Griffith University’s Dr Sally Russell is leading the charge for Australians to embrace simple sustainable practices in everyday life. With World Environment Day just around the corner, Dr Russell believes it’s the perfect opportunity to give attention to the role individuals can play in contributing to a “green economy”. To do this successfully she admits […]