Melbourne’s City of Darebin has banned balloons, disposable food containers and cups at events on council property.

A heatwave in the winter Arctic is forcing scientists to reconsider their most pessimistic forecasts of climate change.

Conservationists want dramatic improvement in Australia’s species management systems.

Scientists and doctors have called on the NT Government to stop the development of new gas fields.

Locals want the new Deputy PM to commit to progress on the Murray Darling.

New research shows a transformation in the way we value water is needed for future sustainable development.

A Canberra MP wants new Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister to scrap the APVMA move to Armidale.

Adani has abandoned a financial deadline for the Carmichael mine.

ExxonMobil could buy up contaminated farmland near the Longford gas plant.

A giant household solar manufacturer is setting up in Adelaide.

Victorian councils are getting some help from the State Government to deal with China’s waste import ban.

Tasmanian biosecurity workers have suspended fumigation activities after four staff fell ill.

Scientists say Tasmanian devils are changing in response to the deadly devil facial tumour disease.

Caged hens have emerged as one of the main concerns in a review of poultry guidelines.

The tiny minority of fishers who poach on the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) think the illegal practice is justified, because they believe “everyone else is doing it.”

New research predicts significant sea level rise even if all nations stick to the Paris Agreement targets.

The Federal Court has rejected a native title group’s move to stop Adani Australia from registering an Indigenous land use agreement

Experts have reflected on the blocked changes to the MDBP.

The federal environment department investigated into Adani’s failure to disclose links to a mining company convicted of causing serious environmental harm, but found it was not enough to sway the approval of the Carmichael mine.

South Australia's renewable technology fund has backed a plan for a hydrogen plant at Port Lincoln.

The Lock The Gate Alliance has apologised to Origin Energy and the Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing in the NT for its “scandalous allegations”.

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