Adani says it is ready to dig the Carmichael mine right now.

Australia’s underregulated solar industry opens customers to predatory sales practices, a new report warns.

NSW Water Minister Niall Blair has resigned following alleged threats and aggression.

A new aquifer project could be crucial for water management in the Murray-Darling Basin.

Chinese scientists have developed a process for converting plant waste into aviation fuel.

A new report says major power companies have used the closure of Hazelwood to gouge customers.

The new owners of a mothballed coal generator in NSW plan to restart operations.

A new project will see solar and wind farms providing their own short-term generation forecasts.

Scientists want volunteers to help unlock the secrets of the Universe.

The WA Government has rejected guidelines from its own EPA requiring major LNG projects to be carbon neutral.

Melbourne is riddled with stockpiles of hazardous and flammable chemicals.

Bottles, cans and cardboard were strewn across the steps of the Victorian parliament this week as part of a protest over the state's recycling issues.

Planetary scientists are being overwhelmed this week with new data on two different asteroids.

The fight against European carp in Tasmanian lakes is coming to an end after almost 25 years.

An old Toyota car plant in Victoria is being turned into a renewable energy hub to produce hydrogen fuels.

Scientists say the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) could be downplaying global threats.

A disused mine in far north Queensland is leaching toxic water into waterways.

A new report has found food and clothing in Western countries is impacting water supplies for the world’s poorest.

The NSW government appears to be planning to raise parts of the Warragamba Dam wall significantly higher than it has said publicly.

Farmers say it will be hard to afford some of their new high-tech water requirements.

Experts say the latest tailored rabbit virus has reduced rabbit numbers on some sites, but is not spreading too far.

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