Renewable energy firm Neoen has secured $160 million in funding for its Victorian Big Battery (VBB) project.

Authorities say more efforts are needed for a smooth transition to electric vehicles (EVs).

Federal funding has been provided for a new system that repurposes old electric vehicle (EV) batteries.

Seafloor phonelines have been used to detect seismic activity.

A flood of renewable energy could render five of Australia’s coal plants unviable in just a few years.

Victoria’s regulator is slashing solar feed-in tariffs by a third.

A Liberal anti-coal policy is adding a new dimension to WA’s upcoming election.

Dwindling tourist numbers and disrepair are putting the future of Kakadu in doubt.

A new study shows that without nature, humanity may drown in its own filth.

An Australian lab-based meat company has secured US$6 million in seed funding.

Satellite imagery shows the effect of removing dingoes from the landscape.

Researchers say that restricting longwall mining in Sydney’s drinking water catchment protects upland swamps.

First Nations people share less than 1 per cent of the Murray-Darling water market.

Seqwater is offering $60,000 in grants for ‘waterwise’ Queensland communities.

Experts have criticised big pay rises in the wake of the blasting of Juukan Gorge.

Research engineers say disposable face masks could be recycled to make roads.

Woodside has been criticised for its response to a military coup in Myanmar.

The United States has officially re-joined the Paris Climate Agreement.

The levels of lead in the blood of Port Pirie children have been re-assessed.

A new study has found serious pollution in the Bremer River, which runs through Ipswich.

New legislation could see funding for regional communities to develop their own renewable energy projects.

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