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Climate and bushfire
The 2019-2020 spring and summer bushfires were unprecedented. What drove this and what can we expect going forward? Professor Brendan Mackey answers these questions in an interview with Jon Dee. The Bushfire Facts website contains fact sheets, reports, fire maps and information about citizen science program related to the Bushfire recovery project which is co-led by Griffith University and The Australian National University.
Bushfire and regeneration
Are Australia's forests recovering after Black Summer? In this short interview, Jon Dee asks a series of questions of Griffith forest ecologist Dr Patrick Norman on the health and recovery of the nations forests after the horrendous 2019/20 summer. The Bushfire Facts website contains fact sheets, reports, fire maps and information about citizen science program related to the Bushfire recovery project which is co-led by Griffith University and The Australian National University.
Griffith Climate Action Beacon
The challenges of the 21st century are many and complex, with climate change undoubtedly one of humankind’s most pressing issues. Griffith has been a longstanding leader in the climate change space, with a proven track record in bringing about climate action. Find out more about the Griffith Climate Action Beacon.
Research dives deep to understand climate impacts
A world-first research project aims to understand how ocean changes influence the recovery of whale populations in the southern hemisphere.
Kayapo protection of land in the Amazon
The Kayapo are protecting the last large block of primary forests surviving in the southeastern Amazon. Video is relevant to GCCRP's Primary Forests and Climate Change projects.
Collaborative Australia-Indonesia Programme on Sustainable Development and Climate Change recordings
Sustainable landscape management & COVID-19
Webinar held 2 July 2020 - "Community Advocacy in Promoting Sustainable Landscape Management in times of COVID-19".
Wildlife Trade, Zoonotic Disease & Pandemic
Webinar held 18 June 2020 - "Wildlife Trade, Zoonotic Disease, and Pandemic".
Global Perspective & landscapes & COVID-19
Webinar held 11 June 2020 - "Global Perspectives on Sustainable Landscape Management in Times of COVID-19".