The WA Government has declared two areas in Western Australia's southern grain belt ‘water deficient’.

Australia’s Cocos Islands are littered with an estimated 414 million pieces of plastic debris.

Australian experts are working on exciting new water-splitting technologies.

At least 19 former hydro workers in Tasmania claim exposure to dangerous chemicals has left them with chronic health conditions.

A new study has found fish fences wreak havoc on marine life and make overfishing easier.

Norwegian energy giant Equinor is not changing its plan to look for oil in the Great Australian Bight.

Scientists say far more species of marine megafauna use coastal habitats than previously thought.

Mining giant BHP is facing a US$5 billion claim over Brazil's worst environmental disaster.

A group of Murray irrigators have lodged a class action against the MDBA ...

WaterNSW has called for a curb on mining for two big coal mines in Sydney's catchment.

Engineers have come up with a low-cost, passive method for groundwater exploration.

A US jury has ordered Monsanto to pay $US2 billion ($2.8b) to a couple who contracted cancer after using the commonly used weedkiller, Roundup.

Ten per cent of oxygen comes from just one kind of bacteria – one that is susceptible to plastic pollution.

CSIRO was pushed to accept the Federal Government’s approval of the Adani’s groundwater plans, reports say.

The Queensland government is seeking a further review of Adani’s groundwater plans.

A new robot is monitoring environmental water quality in Queensland.

A former Nationals MP has called on the party to push for a royal commission into water management.

Sydney could be just a few weeks away from water restrictions.

Unsealed rainwater tanks have been linked to Dengue outbreaks.

Failures by the NT Government have allowed substandard iron ore mining operations to continue unchecked.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced $203 million to protect waterways and threatened species.

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