CUSP Institute videos
Our video channel provides a broader insight into what we do and how our researchers are helping move towards a more sustainable future.
From our Director
Professor Greg Morrison has been the Director of CUSP since 1st July 2018. He is the professor in sustainable cities and has a long experience in academic leadership. Greg has successfully initiated and run large scale societal infrastructure related projects, with the most recent being a smart cities energy and water peer to peer trading project in Fremantle.
This course introduces a strong emphasis on research to effectively respond to the emergency we are living now by taking action to address the younger generation’s demand. Students will be exposed to real world practice and challenges through favouring familiarisation with researchers, industry and local governments’ to build knowledge and skills to contribute environment and climate solutions.
A book edited by Curtin researchers about the booming meat alternatives market was recognised at the 24th World Book Gourmand Awards, which honour the year’s best food and wine books and television from around the world.
Josh meets up with Professor Kingsley Dixon, who has developed a breakthrough in terrestrial orchid propagation, cutting growing time from years to months!
Social Marketing book was a finalist in the 2019 International Book Awards in the category of Business: Marketing and Advertising.
Professor Peter Newman recently spent 11 days in Bhutan, where he presented his talk on how Bhutan can help save the world based on Dorji Yanka’s PhD work at Curtin University’s Sustainability Policy (CUSP) Institute.