A floating Russian nuclear power plant will soon take to the seas.

Whistleblowers in a Queensland contamination scandal have spoken out.

The largest-ever order of water from Victoria’s Desalination Plant has begun to flow into Melbourne’s storages.

New global modelling has attempted to measure the cost of natural disasters to the world’s roads and railways.

A giant floating device is having a second attempt at cleaning up the huge, swirling island of garbage in the Pacific Ocean.

Farmers say the Ord River Irrigation Scheme (ORIS) is not doing as much as it could.

Questions are being asked about an incident in which 100,000 litres of contaminated PFAS wastewater was discharged into a NSW sewer system.

Experts are calling for an overhaul of river modelling and management.

Scientists are helping tourism businesses become Great Barrier Reef guardians.

A group of NSW farmers want to sell their water licences to people who will not grow cotton.

Permafrost in the Arctic is thawing 70 years earlier than predicted.

Experts have reviewed the Bradfield Scheme – a decades-old idea to pipe flood waters from Australia’s north to the arid centre.

Most life on Earth is microbial, but experts say the tiniest lifeforms are being left out of climate modelling.

Water shortages and other risks have been revealed in a risk assessment of Western Australian farms.

Marine heatwaves appear to be influenced by climate ‘events’ that take place thousands of kilometres away.

Sydney Water has announced its new CEO.

The Queensland Government has given the final green light to Adani’s Carmichael coal mine.

The Northern Territory Government has cleared remaining roadblocks to exploration fracking.

BHP has unveiled its new ‘Tailings Taskforce’ in the wake of the dam disasters in Brazil.

The North Queensland tourism industry says people believe the Great Barrier Reef is dying, and have stopped visiting.

Half of NSW’s coastal community thinks rising sea levels will not impact them directly, a new survey finds.

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