The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced funding to power the world’s largest green ammonia plant powered by renewable hydrogen.

An increase in natural disasters caused by climate change will stretch the capability of the Australian Defence Force (ADF), according to Defence Force Chief Angus Campbell.

Scientists have decoded the DNA of coral and its microscopic supporters.

CSIRO has published the first ever estimate of commercial fishing gear lost in the world’s oceans.

Level 4 water restrictions will come into force for Dubbo in November.

Australian researchers have come up with a new, safe way to clean up oil spills using compounds equally useful as common household cleaning products.

Barnaby Joyce is being hounded over alleged reports he produced during his role as special drought envoy.

Authorities are investigating a Melbourne river that has turned bright red, a year after a chemical fire contaminated the water.

ExxonMobil has announced plans to sell its assets in the Gippsland Basin, off Victoria's south-east coast.

A new team of Australian experts has formed to support an Australian hydrogen industry.

The Queensland government has failed to obtain rights to use nets and drum lines to catch and kill sharks near the Great Barrier Reef.

Queensland farmers are testing a biological fix for nitrogen fertiliser run-off.

The New South Wales cabinet is considering restricting water for irrigators in the Barwon-Darling during low-flow events.

Poor water management of the Murray-Darling Basin has led to an alarming decrease in platypus numbers, researchers say.

New research suggests Sydney's drinking water catchment is under threat from longwall mining operations.

Calls are growing for an ASX-style water-trading market.

David Littleproud has again called for more dams.

A Great Australian Bight oil industry would require decades of subsidies, experts say.

Water vapour has been discovered in the atmosphere of a planet eight times as heavy and twice as large as Earth.

One of the wettest places in WA is running dry, but a new pipeline is on the way.

A Victorian council wants to re-route treated sewage for use on farms.

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