A ‘sun shield’ made from an ultra-thin film shows promise as a weapon in the fight against coral bleaching.

Tasmania’s EPA has clarified claims made in the Federal Court case between salmon farms and the Commonwealth.

The amount of plastic in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch could be up to 16 times bigger than previously estimated.

Experts say international conservation targets fail to address the major drivers – government and society.

An attempt by Labor and the Greens to disallow controversial new marine park management plans has failed in the Senate.

Plans are proceeding for a nuclear waste dump in South Australia’s outback.

SA’s new water minister says he will fight a cut of 605 gigalitres of Murray Darling water meant for the environment.

Exploration is increasing despite the NT’s fracking ban.

A fleet of wind and solar-powered ocean drones will soon capture valuable data off Australian coasts.

Adani's plan to drain billions of litres of groundwater could destroy one of the world's last unspoiled desert oases.

Thousands of protestors have taken to Sydney streets to call for more renewable energy.

Environmentalists say Queensland’s new land-clearing laws have big loopholes that will allow the clearing of high-value land to continue.

AEMO says an additional 850 megawatts of dispatchable generation capacity could be needed ...

A rise in emissions has led green groups to urge the NT to introduce a targeted climate policy.

Funding has been provided for two large-scale, grid-connected batteries to shore up Victoria’s power supplies.

With over 500 sharks caught in Queensland’s nets and drumlines in a 12-month period, conservationists want change.

March 22 is World Water Day – a day set aside to focus on one of the most important elements of life on Earth.

Researchers are eavesdropping on fish to understand how healthy waterways are.

The question of whether agriculture or social structure came first in human development has long been a point of contention with historians.

New marine park management plans have been labelled the “largest removal of marine area from conservation ever”.

The Queensland Government says it wants the state to stop being used as a dumping ground.

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