Santos has been accused of missing big points in a scientific review of its proposed 850-well Narrabri coal seam gas project.

A new paper lays out a long list of challenges facing scientists, governments and communities from ocean acidification.

A new app should help conservationists track marine debris and litter items back to their source.

Water authorities say ‘fatbergs’ are worse in winter.

Torres Strait Islanders have received ‘boil water’ alerts after cryptosporidium was detected in their water supplies.

Residents in PFAS-affected areas have described their lives as a “living hell”.

New funding has been awarded to a Great Barrier Reef coral larval restoration project.

A $50 billion super fund is being sued for failing to provide details on how it deals with climate change.

The NSW Government has partly renewed the coal exploration licence for the controversial Shenhua Watermark project.

Adani appears close to locking in finance for a key part of its $16.5 billion Queensland coal mine.

An oceanographer has proposed using geoengineering to increase cloud cover on the Great Barrier Reef.

The Murray-Darling inquiry has heard some irrigators find themselves caught between competing interests.

Scientists at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) have created floating probes that can measure flood water.

A fish farm in Tasmania’s Macquarie Harbour can now restock, after it was shut down due to environmental degradation.

A new submission to a federal inquiry says PFAS contamination could be much more widespread than previously believed.

A new report finds forests act as a buffer against water crises.

Reports say Victorian water costs will rise due to a failure to use rainwater and stormwater.

Experts say Australia’s ecosystems are at a ‘tipping point’ ...

One in three fish caught worldwide never make it to a plate, according to new UN stats.

A new centre has been set up to focus on biosecurity across Northern Australia’s prawn aquaculture industry.

Sick and injured sea turtles will stand a better prospect of recovery after upgrades at Charles Darwin University’s turtle rehab centre.

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