Australian researchers have patented a new invention to prevent the spread of pollutants from contaminated concrete.

Experts say we are all drinking microplastics, and cannot tell if they are making us sick.

The Great Barrier Reef is set to receive a restocking of new coral from a 150sq km pumice raft on its way to our shores.

Official figures show animals other than sharks made up 94 per cent of the marine life caught by shark nets in NSW.

A giant floating nuclear power plant has set sail from the Arctic port of Murmansk.

A plan to search for gas and oil in the Great Australian Bight has been postponed until next year.

Victoria’s Wellington Shire is giving farmers pre-loaded $700 debit cards to boost local economies.

Fish continue to die in the rapidly dwindling lower Darling River.

Queensland researchers say longline fisheries around the world are significantly affecting migrating shark populations.

NSW Nationals leader John Barilaro says ‘green tape’ is hindering water security.

Water tanks are being built in Stanthorpe as local dams run dry.

Researchers have mapped out the risk of wave damage in a changing climate.

July has been declared the world’s hottest month since records began.

An Australian app is helping farmers crowdsource water during India’s water crisis.

Fish gun, salmon cannon, call it what you will, a video of fish being flung through a tube has captivated millions this week.

Queensland researchers have developed new tools to help manage seagrass survival.

Experts say the NSW Government must be able to issue health warnings about the contamination of popular swimming spots.

Gas company Inpex has been fined $12,600 for evaporating water containing PFAS over Darwin Harbour.

The ACCC has commenced its inquiry into water-trading markets in the Murray-Darling Basin.

PFAS has been discovered in samples of fish and water taken from Mackay's Shellgrit Creek, an area popular with recreational fishers.

New research shows marine heatwaves are a much bigger threat to coral reefs than previously thought.

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