Progress has been made on a planned $22 billion cable from the NT to Singapore.

The WA Government is funding efforts to cool suburbs by increasing tree cover.

The Victorian city of Warrnambool has linked with a Swedish counterpart to work on a solar-to-hydrogen technology exchange.

Researchers have developed new graphene-based water filters.

The remote Queensland town of Hughenden has launched two schemes to better utilise the region's water.

Huon Aquaculture has launched its new multi-million-dollar processing plant in WA.

Authorities are taking a second look at Noosa’s Lake Macdonald Dam Upgrade project.

A Brazilian state government has rejected a settlement offer by mining company Vale SA over a deadly dam disaster.

TasWater says it is making big strides in automating parts of its operation.

Marine microalgae are being used to sustainably produce plant-based ‘meat’.

Dozens of southern bluefin tuna boats are heading to the south-east coastline of South Australia to search for fresh stock.

Over 100 water utilities have come together under a new Technology Roadmap.

The humble lobster may hold the key to making concrete stronger.

Melbourne Water is presenting its latest waterways report card in a new, digital form.

The South Australian Government has approved drilling on a sacred Aboriginal site.

Over 60 metric tonnes of rock and soil has been removed to protect one of the Sunshine Coast’s most important bulk water pipelines.

Government money will be used to investigate using an underground coal mine for pumped hydro storage.

Energy firm Origin is seeking petroleum leases across 225,000 hectares of one of the world’s biggest free-flowing river systems.

Authorities are warning farmers and other water-users about a new water sharing plan rule trigger.

An underrepresented group of engineers are leading a major dam upgrade project on the Sunshine Coast.

Engineers have come up with a fish transport system that lets them glide over dam walls, weirs and other barriers.

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