Griffith Centre for Coastal Management

Research Impact: Protecting the Gold Coast’s most treasured asset

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 […]
Business and government

Policy-makers to feel the energy at Griffith symposium

Industry experts and academics will meet to discuss Australia’s future this week.
Arts Education Law

Eco-artists turn trash into treasure

Queensland College of Art doctoral candidates Claire Tracey and Annique Goldenberg have created a stunning sustainable artwork to celebrate the natural wonders of Moreton Bay. ‘Flock’, is made from plastic bottles formed into aerodynamic shapes that represent a flock of birds in flight. The installation moves with the wind and waves and glows at night. The […]

2018 Sustainability Award winners announced

Griffith University continues to demonstrate excellence in promoting innovative and effective sustainability practices.
Griffith Business School

Sip and save your cup from the tip

Think you’re doing the right thing by throwing your coffee cup in the recycling bin? Think again. 

Simple way to save money and the planet a breath of fresh air 

Simply opening a window at night could save building managers money and help save the environment, according to a Griffith University researcher.  

Awards showcase outstanding Health alumni

From paediatric palliative care and humanitarian dental work to a passion for astrophysics and groundbreaking scientific research into Malaria, the 2018 Alumni Awards showcase the rich diversity of Griffith’s Health and Science alumni.
Cities Research Institute

Griffith helps turn GC2018 trash into garden treasure

A pair of Griffith University researchers have investigated the application of lean and green thinking to turn food waste from the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) into a super dynamic compost.