An alliance of business leaders, industry and community groups has committed to a five-year collaboration to plan and deliver a sustainable economic transformation for the nation.
Griffith University is driving the construction of EcoCommons, a world-first collaborative platform for analysing and modelling ecological and environmental challenges.
Prescribed burning can reduce house loss during bushfires so long as it is targeted close to houses.
An expert review on logging after bushfires found it removes tree hollows which are vital in the recovery of more than 225 native species.
Logging can make native forests more flammable and lead to greater fire severity for decades.
A review by The Bushfire Recovery Project has confirmed how it is that Australian eucalypt forests survive and regenerate after devastating wildfires like the 2019-20 Black Summer fires.
Griffith University will host eastern node of a new environmental research hub providing leadership in threatened species and extreme events such as bushfires.