Questions have been raised about a perceived conflict of interest in an NT government gas contract.

This week is National Farm Safety Week; an annual campaign to raise awareness of farm safety issues in rural communities...

Plans have been unveiled for a 33-turbine wind farm overlooking the site of the former Hazelwood coal-fired power station in Victoria.

Australia risks falling on the unhelpful side of new European Union (EU) carbon tariffs.

Santos has given up its lease to explore for oil in the Great Australian Bight.

Roundup and glyphosate have been given the tick of approval for use in World Heritage wet tropics.

The federal opposition says the Morrison Government is taking a “paternalistic” approach to Aboriginal water rights.

The Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) wants data on water quality trends in the Murray River.

Queensland has asked for $500 million in federal funding to help the Great Barrier Reef.

Experts have investigated the size of the illegal trade of Australian lizards.

Japanese researchers have combined two new technologies to obtain higher solar-to-hydrogen conversion efficiency.

Advocates have proposed a huge new export hub for WA.

The European Union has accused major German car manufacturers of colluding to slow the development and rollout of car emission-control systems.

The Federal Government is backing a new solar-powered recycling plant.

The Federal Government has awarded at least three gas contracts to a political donor and Liberal-linked company.

The Environment Minister is appealing a court’s ruling that she must protect young people from the impacts of greenhouse gases.

Experts have suggested charging companies for the future removal of their net carbon.

Experts say new findings on the ancient history of the River Murray could impact today’s management of the system.

The CEO of Santos says investment in carbon capture and storage (CCS) is critical to keeping money in fossil fuels.

Legal action is being launched over low water allocations in QLD.

Water authorities have brought in archaeologists to protect and learn from the land they manage.

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