The WA Government has backed the role of natural gas in the state’s energy future.

Ikea says it wants to transform its stores into power stations.

Research suggests that if Australia had a net zero emissions target, it could trigger $63 billion in new investment.

Cat diseases have a $6 billion impact on human health in Australia, according to experts.

Rooftop space on Queensland's public buildings could power the state with solar energy, a new report says.

Councils are discussing plans for a cross-border recycling facility between Victoria and South Australia.

The Victorian government has avoided any penalty for the “wanton destruction” of hundreds of trees.

Experts are lamenting a 29 per cent cut to funding of environmental studies courses.

Experts are calling for the creation of an official biodiversity-monitoring agency.

Conservationists want the Queensland Government to replace shark nets and drumlines with non-lethal alternatives.

Traditional owners were reportedly ‘gagged’ from speaking about the destruction of the 46,000-year-old Juukan Gorge rock shelters.

Renewable sources have met 100 per cent of demand in South Australia for the first time.

Local energy giant Origin has pulled out of the Queensland Resources Council (QRC) over the lobby’s political stance.

A survey has found many Australians do not know individuals can make a difference to the health of the Great Barrier Reef.

The Bureau of Meteorology is warning of an increased risk of flooding this summer in the east and north of Australia.

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has called for ‘early action’ rather than ‘early warnings’ as extreme weather increases.

Dust levels at a BHP Pilbara iron ore operation have exceeded their limit 45 times in a single year.

A Queensland council may soon turn human waste into energy.

The NSW Government is fast-tracking a pumped hydro project ahead of coal-fired power station closures.

Over $8 million will be spent upgrading an ageing NSW coal-fired power station.

The new environment budget has been criticised for lacking new renewables funding.

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