The CEFC has given $5 million in support for a company that makes energy-saving thermostats.

An expansion of waste-to-energy projects is on the way, but experts say we cannot burn out problems away.

Russia has sent its controversial floating nuclear power plant out to sea.

A new study suggests the 2014 Hazelwood mine fire led to a spike in doctor visits by Latrobe Valley residents.

The Federal Government has announced a $500 million package to help deal with the problems facing the Great Barrier Reef.

Local government lobbies say China’s ban on imports of recyclable waste should be used as an opportunity for change.

Ten Australian birds and seven mammals are likely to become extinct over the next twenty years ...

New research shows sea ice can trap large amounts of microplastics and transport them across the Arctic Ocean.

Notices to stop drinking water have been posted in a community that sits 70km downstream from a lead, zinc and silver mine.

A British man’s ‘super-gonorrhoea’ has been cured, but two more cases have popped up in Australia.

Environment Victoria wants a $90 million “clean coal” fun to be spent on the transition away from reliance on coal.

The NT Government has announced it will lift its moratorium on fracking, triggering almost immediate protests.

Water restrictions in Katherine will stay for several more years, with progress on a solution to PFAS contamination still a long way off.

State and territory energy ministers have agreed to continue discussions on the National Energy Guarantee (NEG).

One large solar farm has been approved and another proposed for Tasmania’s north coast.

Engineers have made a new oil spill sponge out of common waste products.

Ipswich City Council is scrapping its recycling service and will simply dump the waste instead.

Decades of data shows marine heatwaves have increased in number, length and intensity as a result of warming oceans.

The NSW Government has promised to keep a major release of environmental water into the Barwon-Darling system away from irrigators.

TasWater says salmon company Tassal should not be blame for water restrictions at Orford and Triabunna.

Authorities want Australia to take a more circular approach to recycling.

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