Findings out of Griffith's Cities Research Institute have led to a deeper understanding of the impact of the daily school drop-off on the active and independent mobility of children.
The budget strikes a reasonable balance between the encouragement of growth and measures to help manage it.
As our cities and urban populations continue to grow, Griffith University’s Cities Research Institute is bringing considerable expertise to a challenging issue. Previously the Urban Research Program, the Cities Research Institute launched in May 2017 and is capitalising on knowledge and experience from several disciplines. With around 70 academic members, 35-plus adjunct members and more […]
Centre for Environment and Population Health
More intelligent infrastructure, creating better places for people to live and managing growth and diversity in communities are the big issues that will be tackled by the newly launched Griffith University Cities Research Centre from today. Cities Research Centre founding director Professor Paul Burton explained that the initiative would build on the work already accomplished […]
Modifications designed for a more fiscally sustainable system long-term.