IUCN Oceania strategic partnership

Professor Sushila Chang and Mr Taholo Kami signing the MoU, with Professor Brendan Mackey in the background.
Griffith Climate Change Response Program (GCCRP)
Griffith University and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN, Pacific Regional Office) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to promote strategic partnerships in the region. The MOU will provide a solid platform for ongoing collaborative research projects, capacity building, and increase Griffith’s profile in the region as a desirable destination for post-graduate studies. […]

Call for unified response to record CO2 levels

Professor Brendan Mackey
With atmospheric CO2 topping a record 400 ppm, it’s time to end climate change political wars and for all parties to support a National Unity Platform for Climate Change Action, said Professor Brendan Mackey, Director of the Griffith Climate Change Response program.

New eco era needs new approach to law

Smog in forefront, tower in background
Centre for Planetary Health and Food Security
How the world prepares for and manages a new ecological era will be the focus of South African Professor of Law, Dr Louis J Kotze, when he delivers an open lecture at Griffith University on Wednesday (April 3). An expert in environmental constitutionalism, human rights and the environment, and global environmental governance, Dr Kotze will […]

In the wake of Doha

Professor Brendan Mackey, Griffith Climate Change Response Program
Griffith Sciences
In the wake of Doha, many political commentators, including major newspaper editorials, are now calling for the U.N. talks to be abandoned and for the big polluting countries to work out some kind of deal among themselves...