Adani has lodged a slimmed-down plan to expand the Abbot Point coal terminal.

Soldiers could be deployed to help drought-stricken farmers across the eastern states.

Japan wants to resume commercial whaling.

New South Wales ignored an independent panel to approve the expansion of a coal mine, reports say.

The NSW Government is funding the world’s richest greyhound race, a big shift for the state that once tried to ban the sport.

A new study says only 13 per cent of the ocean can still be classified as wilderness.

A federal agency appears to have knowingly downplayed its role in contaminating airport sites with toxic firefighting foam.

More details have emerged about $443.8 million in reef funding that was awarded without a competitive tender process.

Alinta Energy has called for expressions of interest for over 50 MW worth of renewable projects.

The CEFC says it is open to funding projects that would see rubbish burned for energy.

A two-stage process might be used to get the national energy guarantee (NEG) happening.

Nuclear fuel rods that have underpinned Australia’s high-tech research and medicine are on their way to France.

Santos has been accused of missing big points in a scientific review of its proposed 850-well Narrabri coal seam gas project.

A fifth of the APVMA’s staff will now stay in the ACT.

A new paper lays out a long list of challenges facing scientists, governments and communities from ocean acidification.

A new app should help conservationists track marine debris and litter items back to their source.

Water authorities say ‘fatbergs’ are worse in winter.

New modelling has found Australian households would save about $150 every year on their power bills under the NEG.

Residents in PFAS-affected areas have described their lives as a “living hell”.

New funding has been awarded to a Great Barrier Reef coral larval restoration project.

A $50 billion super fund is being sued for failing to provide details on how it deals with climate change.

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