CHRISTOPH NEDOPIL WANG AND MATHIAS LUND LARSON | The concept of green finance stands as a beacon for steering businesses towards sustainable… Read More
SDG 13 Climate action
The climate crisis persists as the world hesitates to make the necessary commitment for its reversal. The past decade (2010-2019) was the hottest ever, resulting in extensive wildfires, hurricanes, droughts, floods, and other climate-related disasters worldwide. Climate change is disrupting economies and impacting vulnerable lives and livelihoods.
Griffith University is aligned with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and committed to tackling global challenges around SDG 13 climate action. Below are some of our outputs supporting this goal.
FEBI DWIRAHMADI, PAUL BARNES, ARIF WIBOWO, AVIANTO AMRI AND CORDIA CHU | Jakarta, Indonesia’s most populous city with an estimated… Read More
TESS NEWTON CAIN | Leaders of Pacific nations convened in Cook Islands from 6-10 November for the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF), a crucial… Read More
Privatising Poverty Series Part 10: Financial inclusion––the money pump of market-based development and poverty reduction
RON BEVACQUA | This blog series has traced the history of the idea that promoting entrepreneurship and innovation is the key to unlocking economic… Read More
ALICE NASON | Griffith Asia Institute Policy Brief | Contents Download PDF Executive summary Introduction Australia and the… Read More
HEATHER WRATHALL | This article provides a comprehensive overview of the maritime safety needs of the Pacific region and its impact on various aspects of development, such as economic productivity, access to essential services, and achievement of Sustainable Development Goals. It effectively highlights the challenges faced by maritime services and suggests Australia could partner with the Pacific to increase access to safe maritime transportation. Read More
SEAN JACOBS | An insightful analysis of the recent US-Pacific Island Forum Summit and highlights two important observations. The author effectively discusses the notable absence of the Solomon Islands Prime Minister due to his ties with Beijing and emphasises the need to balance Washington's security concerns with the development priorities of the Pacific Island Countries (PICs). Read More
LATU SERA KAUKILAKEBA AND TARLOK SINGH | “Financial policymakers and regulators may not necessarily be involved in the planning and… Read More