COP28 has seen the world acknowledge the end of the reign of fossil fuels.

Greenpeace is taking legal action over climate misrepresentations.

Researchers say that when children learn about sustainability in their own backyard, they are more likely to protect the environment.

Victoria appears to have listened to councils’ demands for climate consideration in planning.

A new report maps pathways towards lower livestock emissions.

Unwillingness to cut fossil fuels could see the COP28 talks end with a whimper.

Melbourne Water is creating a shellfish reef on the Mornington Peninsula.

Experts say coral reefs are in peril from record-breaking ocean heat.

The first licensed wastewater treatment plant in an Aboriginal community has been launched in Western Australia.

States are celebrating the 20th anniversary of The Living Murray Program.

The Victorian and federal governments are clashing over the Murray-Darling Basin Plan extension.

A water quality study has revealed deficiencies across Australia.

Engineers are looking at how natural antibiotics evolve to unlock new treatments for deadly superbugs.

The International Labour Organization (ILO) wants a human-centred economic revolution.

The Commonwealth is funding electric buses in Far North Queensland.

Australian Climate Change and Energy Minister Chris Bowen has joined a last-ditch effort to phase out fossil fuels at the COP28 summit.

New stats show about 40 per cent of the world's power generation is now renewable.

The offshore oil regulator has been criticised for recent approvals.

Hundreds of Queenslanders have registered their opposition to astro-turf.

CSIRO has outlined key AI opportunities for Australia.

The Albanese Government has presented a bill to strengthen the Australian Research Council (ARC).

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