SDG 9 Industry, innovation and infrastructure

SDG9 Industry innovation and infrastructure

Resilient infrastructure is key to society’s prosperity. Upgrading industries and infrastructure is crucial for tackling future challenges. Promoting sustainable technologies and ensuring equitable access to information and financial markets are vital steps. These efforts drive economic growth, job creation, and stability worldwide.

Griffith University is aligned with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and committed to tackling global challenges around SDG 9 Industry, innovation and infrastructure. Below are some of our outputs supporting this goal.

Robotic revolution in home care part 1 | Implications of the Australian Government 2024-2025 budget on aged care

GLORIA GE AND STEPHANIE SCHLEIMER | The recently announced Australian Government 2024–25 Budget includes $2.2 billion reserved to improve safe, quality aged… Read More

Who is buying electric vehicles in Australia? A study of early adopters

ANNA MORTIMORE, SHYAMA RATNASIRI AND MD SAYED IFTEKHAR | The global imperative to reduce carbon emissions has brought the issue of… Read More

Development outlook: Exploring the opportunities of Southeast Asia

ANDREA HAEFNER AND SOVINDA PO | Download PDF Introduction Southeast Asia stands at the crossroads of geopolitical, economic, and cultural significance,… Read More

Building capacity: Climate-resilient development and gender-inclusive entrepreneurship in Mongolia

Download PDF ROB HALES, DHARA SHAH, TAPAN SARKER, JARGALMAA GANZORIG, DAGIISUREN UUGANBAATAR, BATKHUU BUD AND BOLOR BOLD  | 15 MINUTE READ |  … Read More

China coal exit: Opportunities for China-led financing of early phase down of coal-fired power plants in Pakistan and Vietnam

Download PDF CHRISTOPH NEDOPIL, LAWRENCE ANG, MATT CARPIO AND MENGDI YUE | 30 MINUTE READ Executive summary Prevalent… Read More

Can technology help Australians ‘get back to normal’ while maintaining social distancing?

After the covidsafe app was released yesterday, more than a million Australians downloaded the app. Can technology help Australians ‘get back to normal’ while maintaining social distancing? Read More


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