The Australian Academy of Science is “greatly concerned” about the cherrypicking and misrepresentation of scientific evidence.

Murray Darling water woes have been blamed for the loss of jobs from drought-hit towns.

South Australia's Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has discovered a large illegal waste dump.

Analysis has found Australian hydrogen export projections have been exaggerated by factor of up to 11.

Coral researchers have been slaving over a radical new project, rearing millions of coral babies.

A religious leader says the water market is infringing on the spiritual needs of people in the Murray-Darling Basin.

There is concern that “widespread” illegal logging is putting Melbourne’s drinking water at risk.

A lack of water security in the Arnhem Land community of Milingimbi are slowing social progress, locals say.

Sydney could face level two water restrictions by the end of the year, as dam levels continue to fall.

South East Queensland's combined dam levels have dropped to 60 per cent.

A team of ‘underwater gardeners’ is working to stem the decline of an endangered seagrass.

The WA Government was warned that Carnegie Clean Energy was a big financial risk before giving is $2.6 million in taxpayer funds, reports say.

New South Wales public servants have been told “not to discuss the link between climate change and bushfires”.

The ACCC has held its first water inquiry hearing in Mildura.

Antidepressants polluting waterways could change fish behaviour.

Bushfires on the east coast of Australia may take months to fully extinguish, authorities say.

Healthy mangroves are needed to fight climate change on coral reef fisheries, research suggests.

A mine joint-owned by Rio Tinto is polluting a community in Guinea, villagers say.

The Australia Institute says Norway stands to gain the most from Bight oil.

South Australia is turning on its desal plant so that upstream farms can have more water.

The Federal Government is unveiling a reformed $500 million drought stimulus package.

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