Seventy councils representing almost a third of Australia’s population are taking action to tackle climate change ...

Tasmania’s public sector union says the location of government departments should not be decided by politicians.

Indigenous groups are fighting to stop Adani from extinguishing their native title over part of the proposed Carmichael mine site.

Linc Energy is facing allegations it caused environmental damage, but allowed operations to continue.

A new study says a main component of fertiliser is reaching dangerously high levels in freshwater basins.

Researchers are receiving data from a giant network of acoustic sensors to find out how climate change might affect sea animal behaviour.

The German government has slammed tests that involve humans and monkeys being made to inhale diesel exhaust fumes.

An overlooked antibiotic first developed decades ago could help in the fight against superbugs.

Experts have warned against geoengineering as a way to reverse the effects of man’s impact on the climate.

French firm Neoen has reached financial close on its 150MW Coleambally solar project in NSW.

CSIRO has partnered with ocean technology start-up, Saildrone, to improve measurement and monitoring in Australian waters and the Southern Ocean.

Construction of the 212MW Lincoln Gap wind farm and battery has begun.

Oceanic plastic pollution is spreading microbes to coral reefs that greatly increase the chance of coral disease.

EnergyAustralia has plans to generate power from rubbish at its Mt Piper power station in NSW.

A mine rehab expert has questioned the findings of NT’s fracking review.

Australian researchers have reflected on the first 18 months of a five-year study into the health effects of wind farms.

The LGAQ says the Federal Government is falling behind councils in protecting the Great Barrier Reef.

Researchers have discovered rocks in northern Queensland that suggest part of northern Australia was actually part of North America, 1.7 billion years ago.

A new survey suggests algae has negatively affected migratory bird numbers in at the mouth of the Murray.

Satellite data suggests Great Barrier Reef bleaching has started early this year.

Millions has been spent on Great Barrier Reef projects that could make the issues worse.

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