Meeting the challenges of water security and the sustainability of aquatic systems in the face of global change
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 14: Life Below Water focuses on the sustainable use of oceans, seas and marine resources.
Griffith University hosts world-leading experts in marine sciences and is dedicated to training students to become leaders in research, management and conservation of marine habitats and resources.
Sustainable Development Goals Explained
Life below water
Griffith University has audited all undergraduate teaching programs, identifying key word matches against each SDG. Our top degrees for this SDG are:
- Bachelor of Environmental Science (Gold Coast Campus)
- Bachelor of Environmental Science (Nathan Campus)
- Bachelor of Environmental Science/Bachelor of Business
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Gold Coast Campus)
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Nathan Campus)
- Bachelor of Marine Science
- Bachelor of Science
- Bachelor of Science Advanced (Honours)
- Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning (Gold Coast Campus)
- Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning (Nathan Campus)
- Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning/Bachelor of Science
Griffith is renowned for its world-class science to improve understanding of river, coastal and marine ecosystems and to provide the knowledge to support rehabilitation, sustainable use and conservation of these systems.
Research Centres and Institutes
Amazing algae ring find can show climate changes
Griffith’s scientists have discovered 'tree rings' in coral-reef building algae that could show signs of impacts of climate change.
Griffith and Sea World partnership showcasing jelly fish research
Griffith University has partnered with Sea World to expand its research calibre and increase public awareness on marine conservation issues. The Sea Jellies Illuminated exhibit, opening at the marine-park in April 2018, will include a first-of-its-kind working research laboratory.