The distinctive characteristics of the Northern Territory present researchers and research students at Charles Darwin University with unique experiences and opportunities.
Our research and capacity building activities engage with countries and communities to our north to ensure a global perspective and contribution to our region.
The Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL) is a leader in tropical savanna and coastal research in north Australia. Research strengths include biodiversity conservation, savanna and arid adaptation and environments, water and catchments, and communities and livelihoods.
RIEL works with our partners in northern Australia and our near neighbours to ensure sustainable management of resources and these unique ecosystems.
RIEL’s ‘livelihoods approach’ explores the co-existence between people and country, while recognising the services provided by a healthy environment.
Darwin sits adjacent to major offshore gas, oil and condensate reserves and is already a substantial gas processing, supply and service hub.
The Research Institute for Energy and Technology (RIET) delivers research and training aimed at addressing challenges and overcoming barriers to development in northern Australia.
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