A leading authority in Australian aquaculture says state governments could help develop new fish farms.

Experts from Australia and the US are coming together to find the best lessons from harsh droughts.

A central Queensland federal MP says Fitzroy River water projects would be obvious choices for the new northern Australia plan.

Sydney Water has released its 2016-2020 plan, which includes a proposal to cut the annual bill for the average household by up to $100, while the average business could save more than 10 per cent.

Australian scientists have completed Victoria’s first ever stocktake of blue carbon hot spots, revealing millions of tonnes of stored carbon, which is at risk of being returned to the atmosphere unless conserved.

Qualified approval has been granted to the ACT's enlarged Cotter Dam, the Murrumbidgee pipeline and spillway upgrade plans, despite auditors spotting foreseeable delays and a cost blowout.

Victoria's first wave power unit is ready to be dropped into water off the state's south-west coast later this year.

A progressive group of Alice Springs grannies have held a "knit-in" to protest against hydraulic fracturing in the Northern Territory.

The Hokule'a canoe has made it to Australia, a third of the way into its three-year journey to draw attention to the dire state of our oceans.

Big game hunters could soon be bagging monster crocodiles as a way to help Aboriginal communities.

Tasmania’s Primary Industries Minister Jeremy Rockliff has unveiled new measures aimed at simplifying and streamlining approval processes for farm dams.

The symbolic faces of both sides of the contentious CSG industry are speaking out.

New pictures have been published of a wild and toxic lake system, filled with methane and other hydrocarbons, but authorities say there is nothing to worry about.

Claims of toxic contamination in Tasmania’s drinking water have kicked off an academic war of words.

A New South Wales council has been allocated half a million dollars to deal with rivers awash with debris.

Bioengineers have created a fully functioning engine that runs on the evaporation of room-temperature water.

The Murray Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) has been accused of strategically selecting the information it provides to politicians.

Queensland is considering a ban on single-use plastic bags for the sake of waterways and marine life.

Anti-whaling group Sea Shepherd has agreed to pay $3.3 million to Japanese whalers.

Western Australia’s Water Corporation has responded to a community backlash, and revealed new details on its wastewater disposal plans.

The inquiry into conditions at Victoria’s Fiskville Country Fire Authority (CFA) training base has heard that water was deliberately contaminated as part of a biological experiment.

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