Water restrictions have been removed for most of Tasmania.

Experts have created new models to mimic the complex interactions between groundwater flow, contaminants and geochemistry.

Microbes have been discovered in a part of the ocean where many believed they could not exist.

Experts say marine life in the world’s oceans could recover by 2050, if appropriate action is taken.

Experts have confirmed that the Great Barrier Reef has seen its third bout of coral bleaching in just five years.

Griffith engineers are using ‘nanobelts’ to increase the production of hydrogen fuel.

Experts say a by-product of steel making can be used to both treat wastewater and make stronger concrete.

ARENA has commissioned a study of pumped hydro potential in regional NSW.

Water Research Australia (WRA) has issued advice on COVID-19 in relation to water systems.

New South Wales has allowed a coal mining extension under Sydney's Woronora water reservoir.

The world's tropical coral reefs are approaching a tipping point of ‘near-annual’ bleaching.

A massive scientific scorecard has rated the health of Australia’s environment less than 1 out of 10.

Legal action has been launched against a lead smelting facility over the alleged pollution of creek in South Australia.

Peoples’ lack of toilet paper is creating havoc as flushed items block sewer pipes.

Approval has been granted for what could be Australia’s first pumped hydro project in 40 years.

A new study looks at renewable energy facilities in areas of environmental significance, which could threaten natural habitats.

Two prominent NSW irrigators have been found guilty of illegally taking water.

A NSW council will soon ask its community whether it wants to remove fluoride from the public water supply.

The Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) has entered into a new partnership that it says will boost technology use and innovation in the water sector.

A new study suggests carbon capture and storage (CCS) could be a real option for Queensland.

A new study suggests that just opening a plastic bag or bottle may release microplastics.

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