Dozens are dead and hundreds are missing after a tailings dam burst at a Brazilian mine.

Researchers expect sudden losses in food production will increase, threatening global food security.

The Opposition says it would spend $200 million on restoring urban rivers and waterways, if it wins the next election.

The Murray-Darling Basin Royal Commission has handed down its findings.

NSW Regional Water Minister Niall Blair has visited the site of mass fish deaths.

The deaths of hundreds of cows on a remote WA station have been blamed on a “catastrophic failure of management”.

ARENA wants to study the benefits of geothermal energy in the residential sector and greenfield estates.

Researchers have found significant levels of the neurotoxin BMAA in NSW water supplies.

Construction is underway on the 255MW Sunraysia solar farm in NSW – one of Australia’s largest.

The UN says the Carmichael coal mine should not go ahead with traditional owners’ consent.

Mayors from rural NSW have travelled to Sydney to discuss their water crisis, but the Water Minister did not appear.

Sir David Attenborough has told economic leaders that the planet faces destruction without proper climate change responses.

Some cane toads are learning to be active during the day, despite usually being nocturnal.

Labor has announced a $1.1 billion plan to build up Australia’s hydrogen industry.

A private conservation group has spent $55 million protecting a Murray-Darling swamp.

Animal rights advocates have created a website detailing the location and contact details of Australian farms.

CSIRO has released new high-tech tools for farm data and analytics.

The Australian Academy of Science is preparing an independent report on the Murray-Darling Basin fish deaths.

The Northern Territory should get 10 per cent of its power from renewable energy by the end of the year.

Authorities have announced the official completion of a grid-scale battery at the Dalrymple substation on South Australia's Yorke Peninsula.

Electric and self-driving car-maker Tesla is cutting 7 per cent of its workforce.

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