The Global Change Institute (GCI) is a unique collaborative hub drawing together resources from across The University of Queensland to find solutions to the global challenges increasingly facing us all.
Collaborative research to address the impacts of climate change, technological innovation and population are at GCI's core. Social scientists, economists and lawyers work side-by-side with marine biologists, physicists and medical practitioners to advance research across food systems, healthy oceans, sustainable water and clean energy.
GCI's Advisory Board provides strategic guidance to the Institute, reviews activities against key performance indicators and advises on partnerships and sponsorship to help achieve the vision.
GCI has formalised many of its relationships with UQ researchers through the College of Experts, a society of leading thinkers and innovators who come together to solve global challenges connected to the four research themes. Find out how to get involved with the College of Experts here.