Japan has completed its second whale-hunting campaign since the United Nations trashed its “scientific” excuse.

An Australian researcher has been awarded for years of freezing toil in Antarctic studies.

The South Australian Government has introduced a water licensing policy years in the making, but some forestry bodies have taken shots at it already.

As fears about water fluoridation continue in several Australian regions, the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) says it will end the debate once and for all.

The Australian Defence Force (ADF) is investigating potential groundwater contamination from a fire-fighting chemical it used for over thirty years.

Government reports have considered what will be done with the massive port and rail networks built for resource projects, when the mining industry fades.

The International Seabed Authority (ISA) is helping industrial teeth sink into nearby sea-floors, issuing seven new underwater mining licences.

The federal government’s approval for the biggest coal mine in Australian history has many up in arms, but ministers say it should be worth it.

Funding has been secured for more rounds of the Bush Blitz – a program that sends Australian scientists on lightning war against the mysteries of the outback.

Australian researchers say they have developed a new desalination technique that requires about 80 per cent less energy.

New fossils have shown stunningly well-preserved brain structures from a bizarre bunch of sea creatures which dominated the Earth half a billion years ago.

The Australian Institute of Marine Science says the Queensland and Federal Governments are hiding the declining state of the Great Barrier Reef.

Grants for more than $100 million worth of projects are flowing to almost 100 River Murray irrigation and industry projects.

A new material turns the sun to steam - a seemingly strange behaviour but one which could provide exciting new energy options.

University of Southern Queensland (USQ) researchers have secured funding for new research into water and energy efficiency on Queensland farms.

The young stars of tomorrow’s engineering world will face-off against each other in August.

New analysis has shown that many of Australia’s favourite seafoods are unsustainably managed, and should be avoided by consumers.

Satellite analysis has shown that since 1979 sea-ice cover has shrunk around the Arctic, but grown in the Antarctic.

The boss of a state government water agency embroiled in controversy has resigned.

The first ever WorldSkills Water Innovation Challenge has mixed technophile and tradie to produce sanitation solutions for the world’s poorest regions.

Teams across the country will be working furiously on their entries for the G20 water challenge.

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