Renewable energy is driving profound changes in cities. It’s happening much more quickly than was expected even five years ago.
After 18 months of false starts, Australia is about to hold another gun amnesty for three months from July 1.
North Korea fired its third missile in three weeks on May 29, once again drawing protests from South Korea and Japan.
Despite continued and far reaching attempts towards global sustainability over the last 25 years, is our world really any closer to achieving positive environmental change?
By Associate Professor Jason Byrne, Griffith School of Environment and Dr Tony Matthews, Griffith School of Environment Our cities are getting hotter, more crowded and noisier. Climate change is bringing more heatwaves, placing pressure on human health, urban amenity, productivity and infrastructure. Urban residents naturally want to stay cool. Air conditioning is the usual choice, […]
Where did all these piecemeal budget policies come from, asks Professor Ross Guest.
Colin Brown, Griffith University Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are dead. Above all else, their deaths are a human tragedy for their families. But their executions, which took place on Tuesday night, also present major problems for the Australian and Indonesian governments. Indonesian President Joko Widodo, popularly known as Jokowi, clearly bears political and personal […]