Australia is girt by sea that contains important, but unprotected, archeological sites.

First Nations communities along the Murray-Darling Basin want a new concept for water management to be put into practice.

Experts are working on ways to harvest biofuel from wastewater ponds.

Authorities are working on new ‘flushability’ standards to reduce the plague of fatbergs in sewers.

The Productivity Commission says reporting of foreign ownership of Australian water is sufficient.

Australian scientists have discovered that seagrass grows better after its seeds have been eaten by dugongs and turtles.

International research suggests global warming of 1.5°C may mean extreme sea level events will occur much more frequently.

The WA Government is funding new wave power studies.

Rain is falling on Greenland's highest point for the first time on record.

Warnings have been issued after tyres were found buried at six north-west New South Wales coal mines without a licence.

Experts say satellites could enhance water quality management.

SA Water is preparing to spend big on new water mains for regional towns.

Inaugural TasWater Chief Executive Michael Brewster has announced he will step down.

Experts say selective breeding can produce heat-tolerant corals.

Three out of four turtle populations risk cadmium contamination, according to scientists.

The Queensland Government has called for the construction of a new hydrogen export facility.

New research shows microscopic marine bugs are battling with microplastics.

New grants are being provided for events or projects at South Australia’s reservoir reserves.

A new prototype can harvest double the power from ocean waves as previous designs.

Researchers say investing in higher quality water could fatten up livestock.

Wastewater samples have revealed a shift in Australian drug use.

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