UQ Geography, Planning and Environmental Management PhD student, and ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions top-up scholarship recipient Marie Dade has recently been awarded a NSW Office of Environment and Heritage Outstanding Outreach Award.
The annual photo competition celebrates World Habitat Day and this year attracted 77 entries from UQ students, staff, alumni, and members of the public with images representing the relevance of housing from around the world.
Every aspect of life on Earth has already been impacted by global changes in temperature from human-induced climate change according to a new international study involving researchers from The University of Queensland.
Pressure is mounting for Adani’s Carmichael coal mine to proceed in inland Queensland. Recently the state government quietly gave the project “critical infrastructure” status to prioritise its development.
Professor Joan Esterle is the very worthy recipient of the 2016 Geological Society of Australia's Dorothy Hill Medal, which is awarded to a person distinguished for their contributions to the advance of geological knowledge in the State of Queensland.