Sea Shepherd Australia has released confronting footage of a Japanese whaling operation after a five-year legal battle.

Scientists are working on an innovative coral transplant project as part of efforts to find new weapons in the fight against reef damage.

Coal-fired power is having its “Kodak moment”, according to ...

Darwin residents could become the next group to sue the Defence Department over PFAS contamination.

A Victorian council has admitted the mismanagement of millions of dollars in flood funding.

Councils and concerned residents are coming together to stop their groundwater being extracted and bottled.

South Australia has launched a state royal commission into water theft.

Tasmania's bid to take over TasWater has been defeated in the Upper House.

Japan is still deciding what to do with a million tonnes of radioactive water being stored at the destroyed Fukushima nuclear power plant.

The Bureau of Meteorology has put Australia on a La Nina alert, the level just before an official La Nina.

Australian researchers have discovered details of the dating lives of dolphins.

The SA Government says it will not sign off on any changes to the Murray Darling Basin Plan, leading the Federal Government to accuse it of playing “petty politics”.

Australian researchers are studying why animals are they size they are.

Researchers have studied how a particular clay mineral can create huge underground oceans.

The Tasmanian Government may be willing to compromise in its bid to take over TasWater.

An internal report has revealed the cost of not building a new weir in Rockhampton.

Engineers have discovered that porous wood can greatly increase the efficiency of water-to-steam conversion under sunlight.

Researchers have embarked on a multi-phase project to save the Great Barrier Reef from further damage.

The Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) has proposed amendments to the Murray–Darling Basin Plan.

Both sides of SA Parliament are coming together to convince the Federal Government to split the water and agriculture portfolios.

Researchers have attached Fitbit components to sharks to aid in monitoring and conservation.

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