Griffith University EcoCentre

The Birds At My Table: Why we feed birds and why it matters

The Birds At My Table: Why we feed birds and why it matters

For our first community forum for 2018, the EcoCentre will be celebrating the exciting new publication from Griffith University professor, Darryl Jones. 'The Birds At My Table: Why we feed birds and why it matters' is the first book to explore the many ecological, historical, commercial and social dimensions of what is an extremely popular - and immensely controversial - activity.
Solar Power to the People

Solar Power to the People

For our next community forum, the EcoCentre has partnered with SolarKraft and Solar Schools to bring power to the people and help build Australia's renewable future. Hear from guest speakers about how you can join the solar movement or expand your current system.
Environmental Cowboy

Environmental Cowboy

The EcoCentre is delighted to be playing Khory Hancock's film "Environmental Cowboy' with a brief discussion from the cowboy himself.

Khory Hancock, also known as the 'Environmental Cowboy' is an Australian environmental scientist and ambassador for Al Gore's Climate Reality Project Australia.
Circular Economy - whose responsibility?

Circular Economy - whose responsibility?

Celebrating Griffith Sustainability Week, we have the pleasure of Rebecca Gilling, Deputy CEO of Planet Ark as the guest presenter for our next community forum.
Electric Vehicles - The Voltage

Electric Vehicles - The Voltage

Australia's electric vehicle industry is slowly gaining momentum with more companies creating cost-effective and affordable vehicles. Some people are keen to jump on the bandwagon while others are reluctant to embrace the new technology. Come along to hear electric vehicle owner, author and presenter, John Murray, talk about ownership and the benefits of owning an electric vehicle.