A new report says pollution has been responsible for an estimated nine million premature deaths a year.

A Tasmanian salmon farmer is embroiled in supreme court action against the Tasmanian government and EPA.

An Australian expert says we should consider charging much more to visit the Great Barrier Reef.

The MDBA says some native fish species have reversed their decline in the Murray-Darling system.

Scientists have found an unexpected, growing danger to the ozone layer.

The Federal Government says its new energy plan brings much-needed certainty, but some say it is shirking its own role.

A new study fleshes out the relationship between a changing climate and tropical storms.

The Federal Government has ordered assessments of a plan to allow four-wheel-drive tracks along Tasmania’s heritage-listed north-west coast.

Sir David Attenborough says the damage from plastic in the ocean is shocking ...

The Federal Government could ignore the Finkel review and work on its own plan to bring down electricity prices.

The Department of Defence has found elevated levels of PFAS chemicals in animals in eastern Victoria.

Adani says it will soon start work on a rail link for its Carmichael coal mine, despite needing billions in finance.

Energy giant Chevron has abandoned plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight.

The NSW Government will introduce new legislation to get around a land court ruling and keep the Springvale mine open.

The World Solar Challenge has wrapped up in Adelaide, but the race to real solar transport continues.

Former prime minister Tony Abbott says that if the world is getting warmer, it’s a good thing.

A new study has warned of the effects of major climate events on local dolphin populations.

The Department of Defence says it should have warned the public about PFAS contamination earlier.

Federal emissions cuts are being counter-balanced by the costs of Queensland land-clearing.

There has been a mixed response to the Murray-Darling Basin Authority's (MDBA) new water efficiency package.

A leaked letter suggests South Australia used 45 gigalitres of entitlement water as drinking water, rather than for the environment.

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