At this year's Sustainability Week staff and students can:
Discover art inspired by the science of climate change. Environmental Graphiti is a collection of paintings created from climate data by artist Alisa Singer to enhance public understanding of the facts about climate change. Graphs, charts, numbers and facts about how our world is changing are transformed into stunning, vibrant digital paintings. Visit the Co Design Lab and explore creative ways to make change for sustainability and discover more about the creative actions Griffith researchers and students are taking for sustainability.
Learn more about the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and how to put sustainable theory into practice with the SDG Game at Nathan campus. A free event for staff and students-Griffith Sustainability are covering the costs of this simulation game, valued at $100 per person.
Make small changes with big impact on our SDG Pledge Wall and submit your sustainability actions and achievements to our SDG Files
Learn how to incorporate sustainability into your everyday life with an exciting range of workshops, free activities, and demonstrations during Enviro Week presented by Griffith What's On and The Gold Coast Student Guild
Sign up now for the 2023 Green Impact Program
Visit the Sustainability webpage and like our Facebook page for more information about these and other events and achievements that matter to Griffith's sustainable future.