With Australia’s population set to hit 40 million by 2060, Griffith University cities experts say it is time to get serious about long term planning.
Life in aged care could become a whole lot cooler thanks to an innovative new research project led by University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) and Griffith University.
Dr Tony Matthews says there is building evidence of a mass exodus from commercial office space in the Brisbane CBD and it will have major implications for all cities in a variety of ways.
They are some of the biggest campaign issues during the State Election and Griffith University’s experts have been recognised for them at the recent Planning Institute Australia (PIA) Awards – Queensland. Urban issues are what everyday Queenslanders are concerned about so it’s no surprise Associate Professor Jason Byrne and Dr Tony Matthews’s radio show Urban […]
Griffith University researchers are set to deliver the Gold Coast a weekly dose of all things urban. Dubbed the ‘Urban Squeeze’, Dr Tony Matthews and Associate Professor Jason Byrne of Griffith’s School of Environment will feature on ABC Gold Coast’s Drive with Matt Webber to discuss anything to do with cities, housing, development and the […]
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, […]