Tasmanian councils have told the State Government there is no such thing as a mandate.

Adelaide’s groundwater supplies might be much more limited than previously believed.

A ‘sun shield’ made from an ultra-thin film shows promise as a weapon in the fight against coral bleaching.

Tasmania’s EPA has clarified claims made in the Federal Court case between salmon farms and the Commonwealth.

The amount of plastic in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch could be up to 16 times bigger than previously estimated.

An attempt by Labor and the Greens to disallow controversial new marine park management plans has failed in the Senate.

SA’s new water minister says he will fight a cut of 605 gigalitres of Murray Darling water meant for the environment.

A fleet of wind and solar-powered ocean drones will soon capture valuable data off Australian coasts.

Adani's plan to drain billions of litres of groundwater could destroy one of the world's last unspoiled desert oases.

The council-owned TasWater has signed a deal with Tasmania’s famous museum to upgrade sewerage infrastructure.

With over 500 sharks caught in Queensland’s nets and drumlines in a 12-month period, conservationists want change.

March 22 is World Water Day – a day set aside to focus on one of the most important elements of life on Earth.

Researchers are eavesdropping on fish to understand how healthy waterways are.

New marine park management plans have been labelled the “largest removal of marine area from conservation ever”.

A large-scale, real-world experiment has shown the risk of increasing ocean acidification to the Great Barrier Reef.

Tasmania’s three main salmon producers are in court this week.

Experts say a single marine heatwave has been found to have released around nine million metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere – an amount equivalent to 1.6 million cars driven for 12 months.

Australian scientists have developed a world-first, graphene-based filter that can remove more than 99 per cent of organic matter ...

Queensland indigenous councils are set to benefit from new spending on water and waste infrastructure.

Australian researchers are using graphene to create fertilisers with lower environmental impacts and reduced costs for farmers.

New research shows krill can turn microplastics into nanoplastics.

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