Tasmania’s EPA has been slammed for its handling of a drilling platform moored in the River Derwent.

Research has found Irish soil thought to have medicinal properties appears to carry superbug-busting potential.

Experts hope new investigations into ancient DNA can enable the return of Aboriginal remains to the lands from which they came.

Up to 93 per cent of green turtle hatchlings could be female by 2100, as climate change causes “feminisation” of the species.

Artificial intelligence has revealed a significant loss of crucial intertidal ecosystems.

Researchers have listened to the ‘freshwater orchestra’ of singing fish to study river health.

Australian scientists are working on new solar cell materials to replace silicon.

Activists are trying to stop insurance companies from backing Adani’s Carmichael mine project.

Experts have issued a range of warnings in a new report on the state of the Australian climate.

Adelaide's under-used desalination plant could be used to help the Murray River next year.

A local judge has ruled that a class action against BHP Billiton can proceed.

Traditional owners are lodging an Australian Human Rights Commission complaint over the process to select a nuclear waste dump site in South Australia.

The Federal Court has made a new native title ruling in favour of the Gooniyandi people in Western Australia's north.

Woolworths has joined with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) to improve the packaging of seafood.

A search of undersea mountains off Tasmania has uncovered new reefs and dozens of unnamed species.

Labor says it would create a commonwealth environmental protection agency if it wins next year’s election.

A new study has found shoppers underestimate the carbon cost of their food choices, but they would like to know more.

CSIRO says Adani's water management plan for the proposed Carmichael coal mine is seriously flawed.

The UN climate summit has come up with universal, transparent rules on how to cut emissions and curb global warming.

Councils want more federal leadership on waste management.

Australia could be on track to meet its Paris 2030 emissions reductions because of a loophole.

Archived News

RSS More »