Conservationists want dramatic improvement in Australia’s species management systems.

Scientists and doctors have called on the NT Government to stop the development of new gas fields.

Consultants say a waterway project in Melbourne’s west demonstrates how environmental principles can increase urban liveability.

New research shows a transformation in the way we value water is needed for future sustainable development.

Queensland Urban Utilities will soon begin construction on a new $20 million “state-of-the-art” sewage treatment plant.

ExxonMobil could buy up contaminated farmland near the Longford gas plant.

A remote Northern Territory Indigenous family and a Sydney marketing firm have teamed up to sell bottled water from Arnhem Land.

There is some public support for a controversial pipeline in far west NSW, but it is hard to find.

The tiny minority of fishers who poach on the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) think the illegal practice is justified, because they believe “everyone else is doing it.”

New research predicts significant sea level rise even if all nations stick to the Paris Agreement targets.

TasWater has been slammed for its management of Waratah Dam.

The Federal Court has rejected a native title group’s move to stop Adani Australia from registering an Indigenous land use agreement

Experts have reflected on the blocked changes to the MDBP.

The federal environment department investigated into Adani’s failure to disclose links to a mining company convicted of causing serious environmental harm, but found it was not enough to sway the approval of the Carmichael mine.

South Australia's renewable technology fund has backed a plan for a hydrogen plant at Port Lincoln.

CSIRO has used an innovative new approach to estimate the size of white shark populations in Australian waters.

Reports say the NSW Government has effectively stopped prosecuting illegal land clearing.

The Greens’ motion to block MDBP changes has been carried 32–30.

Goulburn-Murray Water’s annual watertable study has found an increase in shallow groundwater.

Photographer Josh Smith has captured stunning aerial views of a struggling natural wonder.

A study covering 25 years of satellite data shows the rate of global sea level rise is accelerating.

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