Experts say DNA technology can help improve damaged ecosystems.

A new review looks at how much of the world’s extreme weather is down to human-driven climate change.

The Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) is helping one of the most water intensive crops in the world to increase production.

The need for more power from Snowy Hydro has prompted flooding fears for farmers.

Local salmon firm Tassal has rejected a $1 billion bid from a Canadian aquaculture company.

Four out of seven forecasting models are predicting La Niña will return to Australia in late spring.

Scientists are warning that hydrogen fuel could make climate change worse.

A NSW government agency has come out against a proposed coal mine extension.

Researchers say life-giving minerals can move through ice sheets on alien planets.

Conservationists are seeking to halt the $16 billion Scarborough gas project due to its risk to the Great Barrier Reef.

The Department of Defence says PFAS is continuing to spread.

Researchers are investigating whether new corals in Sydney are dangerous invaders, or just harmless refugees.

A simple fishing trip on the NSW Mid North Coast has been turned into an important research paper.

Stats show the largest marine oil spill in history did not harm BP’s stocks in the long term.

The NSW ‘water cop’ has reported on its first few years of activity.

Twenty-two hectares of land formerly known as Fraser Island has been returned to traditional owners.

Twenty years of citizen science appears to back up findings on coral bleaching.

More than 34,000 solar panels are now powering one of SA Water’s major pipelines.

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) says the ongoing La Niña event might persist into 2023.

The NT Government has been accused of trying to open up more areas to water extraction.

Climate change is slowing down the ocean currents that circulate warm water.

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