Projects to boost water quality on the Great Barrier Reef have been announced.

The CSIRO has unveiled its formal restructuring plans, which include more than 275 job cuts.

Over the last 30 years, increased carbon dioxide has boosted plant growth by an amount equal to twice the size of Australia.

Some of Australia’s top hackers have turned their programming prowess to fish conservation.

Experts have given an inside tour of the water recycling facilities at some of our top sporting venues.

International attention has been drawn to the CSG industry in Queensland on the back of a YouTube video.

The Papua New Guinea Government wants Australia to slow down its rampant coal mining operations in the face of the Paris Agreement on carbon emissions.

The Queensland Government has passed laws to avoid having to pick up the tab when big firms fail.

Bendigo Council is calling for a drought declaration.

Australia's leading scientists are concerned that the CSIRO will lose millions of dollars in international grants.

Public health campaigners have collected and tested Broken Hill drinking water.

Coral bleaching has been discovered in Sydney Harbour, while the Great Barrier Reef worsens.

Dry times should continue for the rural NSW town of White Cliffs.

Reports say a Senate committee will soon call for bans on microbeads and single-use plastic bags.

Underground coal gasification (UCG) will soon be banned in Queensland.

Engineers have unveiled what could be the next big thing in oil spill cleanup.

Renowned US environmentalist Bill McKibben has given a clear warning to the Tasmanian Government that things will get worse.

New figures show the value of Australia's natural wealth has nearly doubled.

A warning has been issued as the blue-green alage out break in the Murray River continues to spread.

Evidence has been found of coral bleaching on Western Australia's Kimberley coast.

South Australia’s irrigators will soon learn their minimum opening water allocations, after months of frustration.

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