Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt has approved further uranium exploration in the NT.

Conservationists have launched a legal challenge against plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight.

The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has increased its investment in new battery storage technology.

New, high-tech perovskite solar modules have passed three critical stability tests.

New documents raise new questions about an $80 million water deal involving a government minister.

A Great Barrier Reef conservation group has cut ties with Greyhound over an Adani contract.

Homicide charges have been laid over a dam disaster last year that killed more than 250 people.

With rivers drying up and platypuses becoming stranded, scientists are concerned for the future of the species.

Canberra has agreed to send water to “buy time” for the drought-affected town of Braidwood.

The Prime Minister has rejected claims that he has no real climate plans.

The Federal Government is helping fund Australia’s second large scale energy-from-waste plant in Western Australia.

New studies suggest whooping cough is evolving into a superbug.

Experts are pushing for more acoustic monitoring in freshwater systems.

Years of plant research have been destroyed by hailstorms in the ACT.

The New South Wales government will not provide regional towns with renewably-sourced emergency backup power during disasters ...

The Australian Government has signed a joint statement of cooperation on hydrogen fuel with Japan.

The WA town of Denham is on track to become a zero-emission community with the help of hydrogen power.

CSIRO scientists have genetically engineered mosquitos that are resistant to spreading the dengue virus.

The world's largest fund manager says it will reduce its exposure to thermal coal.

The head of New South Wales’ environment agencies has been sacked.

Australia's science minister wants the climate change debate to move several steps ahead.

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