SDG 12 Responsible consumption and production

SDG 12 Responsible consumption and production

Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 12 requires coordinated efforts from governments, businesses, and individuals to reduce consumption, transition to sustainable practices, and address issues like food waste. It’s an essential component of building a more equitable and sustainable future for current and future generations.

Griffith University is aligned with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and committed to tackling global challenges around SDG 12 Responsible consumption and production. Below are some of our outputs supporting this goal.

Reserve Bank of Australia review: Corporate governance lessons for the Pacific 

MARK OFOI  |    Reviews on state institutions are conducted, among others, to enhance systems of good governance with the intent to augment outcomes, installing… Read More

China Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) Investment Report 2023

CHRISTOPH NEDOPIL WANG  |   Griffith Asia Institute and Green Finance and Development Center joint report | 40-MINUTE READ | Key findings… Read More

Regional Outlook | Household consumption, domestic demand, and challenges to China’s grand economic rebalancing

HUI FENG AND CHENG TANG | 30-MINUTE READ | Download PDF Introduction In recent years, China has emphasised the… Read More

COVID-19 in the Indo-Pacific: Gendered risks, impact and response

SARA E DAVIES AND ROBIN E ROBERTS  |  The global upheaval caused by COVID-19 extended beyond health, affecting food production… Read More

Regional Outlook | Ten years of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI): Evolution and the road ahead

CHRISTOPH NEDOPIL WANG  |   Griffith Asia Institute and Green Finance and Development Center Joint Working Paper | 20-MINUTE READ | Download… Read More

Policy Brief | An agenda for Australia-Republic of Korea climate cooperation with Southeast Asia

ALICE NASON  |  Griffith Asia Institute Policy Brief | 30-MINUTE READ Executive summary Download PDF The intensification of climate change will… Read More

Exploring determinants of green finance in small island economies—case of Fiji

LATU SERA KAUKILAKEBA AND TARLOK SINGH | “Financial policymakers and regulators may not necessarily be involved in the planning and… Read More

Energy poverty and inequality in Sri Lanka

MANEKA JAYASINGHE, SELVA SELVANATHAN AND SAROJA SELVANATHAN | Energy poverty is defined as the absence of sufficient choice in accessing adequate, affordable, reliable, high… Read More

Poverty and power: Women’s entrepreneurship in the Asia-Pacific region

The Asia-Pacific region is changing the world. It hums with an entrepreneurial energy and spirit of opportunity that permeates everywhere from local marketplaces to the sprawling headquarters of multinational corporations. Read More

The water-energy-food nexus in the Mekong subregion: Uneven trade-offs

ANDREA HAEFNER | The Mekong River, flowing through Cambodia, China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam, is the largest river in Southeast Asia. It… Read More

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Our research focuses on the trade and business, politics, governance, security, economies and development of the Asia Pacific and their significance for Australia. Griffith University is committed to advancing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) across the region.