Archived Industry News for Water Professionals - August, 2015
A secret Queensland Government report allegedly warns that hundreds of square kilometres of prime agricultural land in the state’s southeast are at risk from toxic chemicals and explosive gases.
The West Australian Water Corporation says it will oversee the construction of a six-million-litre storage tank in Western Australia's Wheatbelt, designed to improve water quality and water pressure for outback shires.
Australian scientists will use some of the most advanced techniques available to turn back the climatic clock and peer 5 million years into the ocean’s past.
The Federal Court has overturned Adani's federal environmental approval to build the Carmichael coal mine – a resounding win for environmentalists, but their joy might be short-lived.
As ocean temperatures rise and oceans become more acidic, corals are declining in record numbers, but a new research project is applying human-assisted evolution to develop resilient coral species to help reverse this decline.
A major creek rehabilitation is happening on Queensland's coast, with experts hoping that it will allow native fish access to upstream wetlands that are vital to their life cycle.