The federal budget may deliver short-term gain, but long-term repercussions

A budget that could return to bite us on the backside – that’s what a senior University of Queensland economist and political scientist makes of the Australian Government’s 2017/18 financial strategy.

10 May 2017
Biodiversity will be one of the characteristics considered in identifying the most important reefs. Credit: The Ocean Agency, Jayne Jenkins

A list of the world’s 50 most important reefs to protect from climate change is being compiled by a global team of world experts led by The University of Queensland.

24 February 2017
Shallow reef at Emily's Pinnacles, Bermuda. © The Ocean Agency / XL Catlin Seaview Survey / Christophe Bailhache

Deep coral reefs should not be relied upon as a “lifeline” for shallow reefs, a new study by University of Queensland marine scientists argues.

16 February 2017
Sir David Attenborough and UQ's John Cook.

Researchers from around the world have contributed to a new University of Queensland course that uncovers why the topic of climate change is so controversial, exploding a number of climate myths along the way.

21 April 2015

English language version 上海本周碳排放交易开闸,上海行业和政府高级代表接受昆士兰大学所提供的碳排放速成课程。 昆士兰大学博士生Adrian Ward在上海环境能源交易所的工作坊上使用碳博弈CarbonGame) iPad应用程序。...

3 December 2013
Adrian Ward talks to senior industry and government representatives about CarbonGameTM, a real-time simulation designed to engage and inform industry, government and student participants on how emissions trading schemes work, and importantly, how companies go about managing thier emissions under such policies.

As Shanghai commenced its emissions trading scheme this week, senior industry and government representatives were given a crash course in emissions trading by The University of Queensland.

29 November 2013