The Australian Government’s first Engagement and Impact (EI) assessment results confirm Griffith University’s position as a leader in delivering high-quality research with impact/
The value of the 53km of open beaches on the Gold Coast can be found in the 13 million visitors that the city welcomes each year. While the Gold Coast’s famed sandy shores and surf breaks are enjoyed by tourists and locals alike, the work undertaken by the Griffith Centre for Coastal Management (GCCM) over […]
Protection of the Gold Coast’s beaches and coastal zones have been given a $600,000 boost from an Australian Research Council grant making it the focal point for national beach management strategies.
Griffith University will play an important role for the local environment this weekend with its BeachCare group hosting not one, but two Clean Up Australia Day events.
Following a double win at the 2015 Australian Coastal Awards, Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate visited The Griffith Centre for Coastal Management today to recognise the success of the partnership and highlighted his commitment to investing a further $4.4 million to the Centre.
The Griffith Centre for Coastal Management has won two prestigious 2015 Australian Coastal Awards.
The Griffith Centre for Coastal Management and its Director, Professor Rodger Tomlinson, have been acknowledged in a major award for sustained collaboration between higher education and business