In 2016, Currie was appointed by The University of Queensland to coordinate set up of communications and engagement for the $60 million National Environmental Science Program’s Threatened Species Recovery Hub.
The capacity of communities to sustain life is greatly influenced by the decisions they make. By better understanding the consequences of human activity we can help maintain coastal communities and secure their natural resource for future generations
With a gust of wind, the natural ventilation system of the Global Change Institute’s (GCI) new headquarters kicked in, breathing life into the opening of this inspirational ‘living building’ in August.
When you visit a nation’s capital you want ‘face-time’ with important people who hold a stake in the future of your organization. So, when the Global Change Institute at The University of Queensland went to Washington DC in 2011 they engaged Currie to arrange meetings with several influential thought-leaders and potential research partners.