Energy Minister Angus Taylor is being criticised for obfuscation and opacity on a number of important matters.

South Australia is lifting its ban on genetically-modified crops, but councils still have a choice.

The leaders of Australia’s COVID-19 sewage surveillance scheme have given more details on their plan.

Experts say the collective behaviour of ocean microbes plays big role in climate processes.

Climate change and warming seas are making decades of conservation knowledge less useful.

Scientists have developed a new method of detecting patches of floating plastic based on satellite images.

Australian researchers have used tree-ring data to create a global database for water-use efficiency.

New measurements suggest that laws of nature are not as constant as previously thought.

The auditor general has been asked to investigate a Morrison government scheme to underwrite gas, hydro and coal power.

A new report finds science denial is one of the greatest risks to humanity.

The Federal Government has come up with a plan to boost domestic fuel reserves by buying and storing fuel overseas.

A new solar setup will reduce the power bill for Adelaide’s desalination plant.

A new database shows Australia’s threatened mammal numbers have declined by more than a third since the 1990s.

Macquarie University has signed a deal to switch to 100 per cent renewable electricity.

The Murray-Darling's ‘top cop’ says protests over water access last year were directed at the wrong government.

A disease that threatens the local seafood industry has been discovered again.

Experts have taken a deep dive into the scientific and social impacts of droughts; past, present and future.

The Federal Government has put up $5 million for researchers to study the health impacts of bushfires.

A PFAS class action involving more than 40,000 Australians has been launched against the Department of Defence.

Australian engineers are working on windows that can generate electricity.

New data suggests global carbon emissions from the fossil fuel industry could fall by a record 2.5 billion tonnes this year.

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