Russia has sent its controversial floating nuclear power plant out to sea.

The Federal Government has announced a $500 million package to help deal with the problems facing the Great Barrier Reef.

Opinions are divided over a plan to pump water inland from the Clarence River in northern New South Wales.

After years of planning, a central Queensland water infrastructure project is set to go ahead.

The MDBA says Basin Plan salinity targets are being met.

New research shows sea ice can trap large amounts of microplastics and transport them across the Arctic Ocean.

Notices to stop drinking water have been posted in a community that sits 70km downstream from a lead, zinc and silver mine.

The NT Government has announced it will lift its moratorium on fracking, triggering almost immediate protests.

Water restrictions in Katherine will stay for several more years, with progress on a solution to PFAS contamination still a long way off.

Engineers have made a new oil spill sponge out of common waste products.

Decades of data shows marine heatwaves have increased in number, length and intensity as a result of warming oceans.

The NSW Government has promised to keep a major release of environmental water into the Barwon-Darling system away from irrigators.

TasWater says salmon company Tassal should not be blame for water restrictions at Orford and Triabunna.

Research suggests baby fish will find it increasingly difficult to reach secure shelters in future oceans.

Australian company Pental has been fined $700,000 for claiming its toilet and bathroom cleaning wipes are ‘flushable’.

Free blood tests are being offered after the discovery of potentially toxic PFAS chemicals in drinking water in northern Australia.

New Zealand says it will stop issuing permits for offshore oil and gas exploration.

Nuclear waste from Australia's only reactor will soon be exported for reprocessing and then re-imported.

Research suggests the biological warfare being waged on carp will not cross over into humans.

WA’s Water Corporation has issued warnings about an offshore wastewater outlet.

The devastating white spot prawn disease may have taken hold in the wild.

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