Engineers are converting carbon dioxide emissions into chemical building blocks for fuel and plastics.

The world's largest all-electric commercial aircraft has taken off.

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) is working with the renewable energy industry to develop priorities for Australia’s energy transition.

Traditional owners and environmentalists are disrupting logging in Gippsland and Central Highlands.

Experts say the overlooked “human factor” in water management rules can have serious consequences.

Scientists say shark nets should be replaced by drumlines in Queensland.

The NSW Government has voted down a bill to temporarily stop coal seam gas activity.

Indigenous Affairs Minister Ken Wyatt says no Aboriginal site should ever be damaged by mining, but another could be on the block.

Polluted water running off a mine site in NSW is entering rivers that supply some of Sydney's water.

Economists say a renewables-led economic recovery would create far more jobs than a fossil-fuel-led recovery.

Authorities have welcomed a wave of interest in building Australia’s first commercial scale hydrogen projects.

Former senior public servants have called for a carbon price to be brought back.

Research engineers say double-sided solar panels which tilt to follow the sun may be the most cost-effective model.

The federal court has ruled VicForests breached threatened species laws in a central highlands logging scheme.

Communities along the Murray-Darling Basin are calling for the urgent buyback of water.

The latest climate models show more intense droughts to come.

A study of tiger snakes has raised concerns about water quality.

Global energy leaders have highlighted the need for greater investment in clean energy.

The 64 victims of a devastating grassfire more than a decade ago will soon receive a share of $16 million.

Australian researchers are working on new methods to recycle rubber over and again.

Environmental approval has been granted for a new gas project in Queensland.

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I am Tim Hall; a red-blooded, beer-drinking, Commodore-driving Australian male who has no interest in watching sports – at least, not the sports played by humans.

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