Cyclone Debbie has pushed some Queensland water storages well over their limits.

A new study has been described as a “clear fingerprint” of human activity influencing climate systems.

Broken Hill environmentalists have welcomed a National Party MP's pledge to reform management of the Menindee Lakes.

Japan’s nuclear power industry has won a legal victory against an injunction that was preventing it from running two key reactors.

Experts say we are not running out of water, but have serious ...

Experts have released new guidelines for dealing with sites contaminated with fire-fighting foams.

The National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program has revealed methylamphetamine is growing in prevalence across all regions of Australia.

Tasmanian councils are fighting to retain control of TasWater.

The latest spot-checks have again found bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef.

After four years of inactivity, Victoria’s desalination plant is churning.

Researchers have wound back the clock to see what has happened to the Murray-Darling Basin system over the last 90,000 years.

Former Greens leader Bob Brown has brought together a unified front against the Carmichael coal mine.

Today is a day to reflect and take stock of the most valuable commodity on Earth.

The energy industry has just a few weeks until the review of the petroleum resource rent tax (PRRT) is released.

The $2 billion expansion of the Snowy Mountains hydro scheme has been met with excitement and cynicism.

The environment minister has ordered a review of governance of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA).

Experts say man-made contaminants pose serious threats to dolphins across southern Australia.

Courts have quashed questions over the legality of Santos’ water treatment plant in the Pilliga forest.

TasWater chair Miles Hampton says the State Government faces millions in additional interest costs if it accelerates its works plan.

Researchers have shown it is possible for bacteria in the soil to be spread by rain.

High spring inflows mean River Murray irrigators will see a 100 per cent water allocation this financial year.

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