The Coalition Government has put over 100 CSIRO jobs on the line again.

Investigators say a string of construction and design flaws led to last year’s fatal Samarco mine disaster in Brazil.

Researchers say chimpanzees are five times more likely to cooperate than compete.

Experts estimate the Great Artesian Basin contributes over $12 billion to the Australian economy each year.

Geo-scientists say it is possible to measure greenhouse gas emissions from power plants by checking the grass outside.

Queensland Government officials are working desperately to avoid letting massive mine storage ponds leak heavy metals into the Murray-Darling system.

New appointments to a backbench environment committee are causing a stir.

The Australian Institute of Marine Rescues (AIMR) says shark nets and drum lines are indiscriminately killing marine life within protected areas.

Victoria will ban exploration and development of unconventional gas, including coal seam gas and fracking.

Reports say the first shipment of Australian uranium will arrive in India next year.

The greyhound industry is scrambling to respond to the ban in NSW

A large oil spill in Darwin Harbour has authorities scrambling to respond.

Humans appear to have slowed down the rate at which they are destroying the planet.

Environmentalists have delivered a petition to ban single-use plastic bags at Victoria’s Parliament House.

Elephant seals have helped confirm that fresh water from Antarctic’s melting ice shelves affect global temperatures.

Fisheries Queensland is investigating a shark net contractor over allegations of ‘finning’.

More asbestos-tainted products have turned up on an Australian worksite.

The Queensland Government has decreased new land valuations on properties near a contaminated aviation base.

Adani has defeated the latest legal challenge to its planned Carmichael coal mine.

Scientists in New South Wales are trying to feed people algae ...

Australian researchers have set a new record for solar power generation.

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