Craig Hurley is a Lecturer in management at Federation University Australia. Craig is an educator and researcher with a wealth of experience in the development and delivery of effective sustainable development and responsible business education programs.
Craig’s research interests centre around bioenergy and agribusiness applications for organic waste-to-energy, low-carbon farming and the embedding of sustainability principles and the Sustainable Development Goals into higher education curricula.
Craig has a broad knowledge of sustainability issues, themes and concepts and engages with individuals, families, community groups, business, industry and government to assist our societies to make the transition to a sustainable future.
Craig also works in partnership with community, government, business and industry sectors to develop and deliver research and training to improve economic, social and environmental performance. This includes projects such as Glenelg SAVES; Smarter Resources, Smarter Agribusiness; ResourceSmart Healthcare; and the Goulburn Broken Local Government Sustainability Training Program.