Tasmania has lifted a ban on lifted a ban on forest protesters.

Scientists have discovered a non-oxygen breathing animal, shaking up long-held assumptions about life on Earth.

The Federal Government will spend millions buying water from a company it has been criticised for buying from before.

Victoria says it will introduce a fourth bin collection and container deposit scheme as part of a recycling industry overhaul.

A pension fund owned by the Canadian Government is becoming the largest private owner of water entitlements in the Murray-Darling Basin.

Equinor has become the third major fossil fuel producer to scrap plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight.

Researchers are looking to steal the water-purifying ability of mangrove trees.

Experts say more than a quarter of the world’s oceans are in urgent need of conservation.

High temperatures are adding more stress to the Great Barrier Reef.

A leading economist has warned a proposed coal-fired power station could leave taxpayers exposed.

An Adelaide company is planning to be Australia’s first manufacturer of electric aircraft, having signed an agreement with a European designer.

Progressive firms have announced plans to provide standalone solar and battery storage systems for victims of bushfires and storms.

With environmental risks on the rise, experts are calling for a new air pollution monitoring body.

Rio Tinto says a large solar farm will feed its new iron ore mine in Western Australia's Pilbara region.

A legal fight has been launched to protect threatened species from state government logging.

Melting ice from Antarctica could add up to half a metre to sea level rise this century.

A Townsville scientist is investigating ways to produce corals for restoring and maintaining healthy reefs.

Queensland researchers are working on solar power technology that can be used as a flexible ‘skin’ over hard surfaces.

Parts of NSW’s Barwon River are running for the first time in almost a year.

Melbourne City Council is considering a target for zero emissions by 2040.

Reports say state bureaucrats consulted big cotton farmers to justify allowing them to harvest rainfall ...

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