Between a rock and a fast pace

Dave Whitfield "Karawatha Forest Park" by Brisbane City Council (CC BY 2.0) Between Brisbane and Logan, bordered by the Gateway and Logan motorways, surrounded by truck depots and sprawling housing developments, sits almost 1000 … [Read more...]

Bottle-bricking for the planet

Marley Moore A bottle brick by M. Valdes (CC BY-SA 2.0) This viral TikTok might be the newest way of reducing plastic waste A Florida-based student posted a video on TikTok about ‘bottle bricking’ which reached over 3 million views. In … [Read more...]

Campus take-over

Dave Whitfield Image by sandid from Pixabay With most Griffith University students mainly studying online, the Nathan campus has been very quiet. However, the forest that surrounds the campus has been a hub of activity. Dave Whitfield … [Read more...]

BeachCare clean-up event hits Labrador

Gold Coast coastline

LOGAN WALKER This Saturday the Griffith Centre for Coastal Management will host a community BeachCare clean-up event at Harley Park in Labrador.   The event is part of the BeachCare coastal community engagement program run by Griffith … [Read more...]

Juggling birds with beds has benefits

MADDISON MANGAN  Kathryn Killingback sells beds for a living, but when it comes to native birdlife she isn’t prepared to take their survival lying down. The Burleigh Waters businesswoman has rescued more than 600 native animals during the past … [Read more...]

Great Barrier Reef continues to struggle

ALEX CORBY A new study has revealed that the clearing of land around the Great Barrier Reef is increasing, now significantly worst than previous years. Acting Premier Jackie Trad released the Land Cover and Tree study that revealed that there has … [Read more...]

New survey to save the koala

ALEX CORBY The Palaszczuk government are seeking public insight through a new online survey to help gauge community perceptions on Koala's and their management. Dr Steven Miles, Minister for Environment and Heritage Protection spoke at a luncheon … [Read more...]

Carmichael mine approved despite environmental concerns

JODIE DEAN Environment Minister Greg Hunt has approved mining giant Adani to develop Australia’s largest coal mine in remote central Queensland, despite conservation concerns. Mr Hunt told the ABC that the $16 billion mine and rail project … [Read more...]