Authorities have freed a dolphin that learned how to feed from Queensland’s floating drum lines.

A survey of farmers has found many are concerned about looming threats, but feel unrepresented.

The Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) wants the Wilcannia weir pool replaced or refurbished.

SA’s Natural Resources Committee says there should be no unconventional gas work without a social licence.

Nick Xenophon has given up proposed MDB changes as part of political dealings

The global shipping industry is in rough waters.

MIT engineers have made water freeze at a temperature that would normally boil it.

An increasing number of Australian children have been injured by water absorbing beads.

The Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) has put up its plans for changes to the Basin Plan.

Scientists say threats to agriculture should be faced in the least efficient sectors first.

Fluoride will be an election issue in the upcoming WA poll.

Victoria has introduced legislation to permanently ban fracking.

Thousands of researchers have been brought together with the launch of the Future Earth Program this week.

While record levels of coral bleaching continue, this year’s Great Barrier Reef spawning season has gone fairly well.

Australian manufacturers are removing dangerous substance from their antibacterial soaps.

Chevron will still drill four exploration wells in the Great Australian Bight, but oil giant BP has withdrawn from exploration of the region.

Authorities have been slammed for a delay in alerting Dubbo residents to the presence of E. coli in their drinking water.

Researchers have created the world’s first global assessment of gaps in protection of the world’s rivers.

Warming oceans are pushing fish to over-exploit kelp forests off NSW.

Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce says “cheap power means jobs”, and renewable energy is not cheap.

Queensland has tightened groundwater licence requirements for mines, without angering Adani.

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