Ground-breaking sustainability events connecting the best and brightest with our community
Catch up on the latest news and explore upcoming events at the Griffith University EcoCentre. From celebrity gardeners, to storm chasers and ground-breaking researchers, we’ve hosted some of the best and brightest in the world of sustainability.
We also host a variety of programs to engage government and industry. Scroll down to see what’s coming up, so you and your organisation can join us as we explore the world of sustainability.
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Study aims to reduce macular scarring and avoid vision loss
14 Oct 2019
Macular scarring affects half of those receiving treatment. A new Griffith University study aims...
Researchers map climate change using historical mangrove records
08 Oct 2019
Research looks to the past to identify historical changes in mangrove and salt marsh dominance and...
Study explores how to make nature conservation ‘go viral’
08 Oct 2019
Study models how conservation initiatives are adopted until they reach level where they can have...
Geography and tech key to sustainable development
03 Oct 2019
Learning how to use technology and geography to aid in creating sustainable developments was the...
EXECUTIVE EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
The EcoCentre is breaking new ground with its exciting initiative to host an internationally recognised program in 2018.
The Executive Education in Sustainability Leadership Program is a selective, small-class program for executives, sustainability professionals and those looking to make an impact. Participants from all sectors will learn how to effectively integrate sustainability into their organisations.
Its content has been validated through Harvard University's executive education offerings and is widely considered best in class for developing high impact sustainability leadership.
ECOCENTRE COMMUNITY FORUMS
For 15 years now, the EcoCentre has enjoyed bringing academics, professionals, industry, government and the wider community together to share knowledge and learn how to live a more sustainable lifestyle.
If you have an idea for a forum, or are interested in presenting at the EcoCentre, please email the Griffith EcoCentre.