At COP23 – the 23rd Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Bonn, Germany, the CAUL Hub's clean air projects were presented, in relation to Breathelife – a campaign to mobilize cities and individuals to protect their health and planet from the effects of air pollution. More information here.
Co-chair of the CAUL Hub's Indigenous Advisory Group (IAG) Maddison Miller, has been selected to participate in the inaugural Joan Kirner Young and Emerging Leadership program.
CAUL researchers have contributed to the report "Creating Liveable Cities in Australia", which provides the first comprehensive measurement of liveability in Australian cities.
Research from the CAUL Hub has been used to create an Australian first virtual greening app called Plant Life Balance. Find out more here.
The CAUL Hub has released a web application for showing which threatened species live in which Australian urban areas. You can access the application here.
The latest edition of Urban Beat, the newsletter of the CAUL Hub, has been released for NAIDOC Week. This issue focuses on the important Indigenous Engagement activities of the Hub. The edition can be downloaded here.