Queensland researchers have developed new tools to help manage seagrass survival.

The Federal Government has allocated $20 million for Australia's recycling industry to begin banning waste exports.

The ACCC has commenced its inquiry into water-trading markets in the Murray-Darling Basin.

An enormous proposal in WA could become Australia’s biggest oil-producing project.

A former head of the public service says power prices would be lower under an emissions trading scheme.

AEMO has opened registrations for participation in its virtual power plant (VPP) demonstration program.

The latest IPCC report suggests mankind may have to change the way it eats.

A new task force formed by the federal and NSW governments aims to smooth the closure of AGL's ageing Liddell power station.

New research shows marine heatwaves are a much bigger threat to coral reefs than previously thought.

Thousands of university students have skipped classes to call for urgent action on climate change.

July 2019 has replaced July 2016 as the hottest month on record.

There is probably life on the Moon, because mankind sent it there.

New research suggests global sea level rise has been occurring decades longer than previously thought.

The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) has launched legal proceedings against wind farm operators over South Australia's 2016 blackout.

The ACCC will study who owns what in the Murray-Darling Basin's $2 billion water market.

An estimated 4,600 tonnes of Victorian recyclables are being dumped in landfill this week.

Over 1,500 environmental defenders have been killed in natural resource conflicts since 2002.

Research shows phosphate mining is damaging coral reefs around Christmas Island.

Authorities are paying millions each year to clear blockages caused in part by ‘flushable’ wipes.

Media inquiries have revealed an attempt to keep an endangered fish relocation effort under wraps.

The Productivity Commission is reviewing mining project approval delays.

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