Sustainability WeekGet creative and make a difference this Sustainability Week, September 19-23. Sustainability is one of Griffith's core values - demonstrated by our leadership in social justice issues as well as our environmental teaching and research. Each year, Sustainability Week provides staff and students with opportunities and resources to learn more about what sustainability means and what we can do to create a better future for all.
Regenerating AustraliaThe Griffith University MBA Program and Yunus Centre are partnering to to bring a positive view of what Australia could be like in 2030 by implementing big ideas that already exist that respond to the needs, hopes and dreams of its people.
Gold Coast Community Conversation: Reflections on the Latest IPCC Report.The Griffith Climate Action Beacon and Gecko Environment Council invites you to join us in a discussion on the latest IPCC report and what it means for the Gold Coast Community. This session will summarise the IPCC report findings relevant to Australia and the Pacific region, and translating these impacts to the Gold Coast context. Invited community groups will then present their local climate action initiatives and pose questions about the IPCC report. A general Q&A will follow.
Aviation Reimagined - Decarbonising FlightâGriffith Institute for Tourism and Griffith Aviation are hosting free webinar series on Aviation Reimagined - Decarbonising Flight.
Over five short sessions in September, we will explore research, innovation and good practice that is underway in the aviation sector with regards to new fuels and the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Hear from experts, officials and innovators that will share their insights and ideas, and have the opportunity to ask questions.
The City to You Virtual Round TableGriffith Architecture âEt cetera Lab and the Design Institute of Australia are co-hosting a live event, where participants will present their creative responses to the COVID-19 imposed self-isolation measures. âInvited participants will open up a multi-disciplinary conversation about the issues related to the residential built environment of our homes, particularly in relation to the building envelope and the notion of âbringing the city to the individual.