Professional athletes flocked to TikTok during COVID-19 lockdowns last year, but a Griffith University athlete branding expert warns the short-form video app is a ‘double-edged sword’.
A collaboration between Queensland-based universities and Pacific Island communities has found local ownership is the key to sustainable climate change adaptation programs.
In alignment with strategic plans for tourism in Sri Lanka, the ‘Sustainable Tourism Development’ Australia Awards Short Course aims to further enhance the country’s tourism industry through key teachings of strategic tourism planning, management and coordination. Griffith University’s Griffith Institute for Tourism, in coordination with Griffith’s International Business Development Unit and the University of the […]
Griffith University researchers are leading a project to help tourism operators worldwide reduce their carbon emissions.
Women in Ecuador and Mexico will receive online business training as part of a new project being led by Griffith University researchers.
New research highlights range of benefits for tourism destinations by identifying and addressing climate risks.
Professor Susanne Becken will share her knowledge this month at the Tourism and the Sustainable Development Goals 2019 event at Massey University.