The CSIRO has put a dollar figure on the cost of coal seam gas (CSG) mining on farmers.

Scientists are building ‘fish hotels’ to protect the diversity of aquaculture in Central Queensland.

The ACCC has launched legal action against the manufacturers of “flushable” wet wipes.

The planet is warming, and if reducing greenhouse emissions is not enough to counter the risk, we may need ...

Robust new evidence shows that wet regions of the earth are getting wetter and dry regions are getting drier.

A report on the recovery of sea life after Japan’s 2011 tsunami has been released.

An analysis of 30 years’ worth of global water data has been released.

Sections of river near Brisbane have been closed to fishers after an outbreak of white spot disease ...

Businesses, academics and experts want nuclear waste dump talks to stay active.

Experts have calculated the size of Australia’s nitrogen footprint.

An international team featuring local expertise has plumbed the possibilities of advanced nano-materials.

Parliamentary hearings in Tasmania have seen TasWater’s upgrade plans savaged.

A third of Australia’s freshwater species could lose the majority of their home ranges due to climate change, research suggests.

Experts are in dispute over the cause of elevated nitrogen levels in the Roebuck Bay Marine Park.

South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill will visit the Riverland region to hear concerns about the future of the Murray-Darling Basin rescue plan.

Nanotechnology could be the solution to dust problems in industrial areas.

Farmers are taking issues with South Australia’s energy system into their own hands.

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