As extreme weather, rising sea levels and shifting landscapes reinforce the realities of living with a changing climate, a team of Griffith scientists are working on the frontline to reduce the global impact.
Multidisciplinary approach needed to enhance awareness of marine ecosystems values, says researcher.
Researchers train Vanuatu school students and staff in off-grid renewable power systems.
Former Kiribati president, Anote Tong, among distinguished speakers at Griffith conference.
Griffith University engineering students have been helping rebuild a cyclone-devastated area of Vanuatu as part of a program designed to embed in them in real world construction. Griffith’s fourth-year civil engineering students completing their final year industry affiliates program (IAP) recently travelled to an area devastated by Cyclone Pam in 2015. It is part of […]
Griffith University has presented two new on-line tools at a climate change meeting in Niue to help Pacific countries tackle climate change.
Griffith University experts in climate change and information management are helping Pacific island countries and territories to discover and manage the information they need to plan for climate change. While a number of projects are under way in the region to mitigate the effects of rising sea levels, finding the information to decide which of them will […]