New safe drinking water guidelines have been released to the Australian water industry.

The NSW the upper house has blocked the Berejiklian government's controversial floodplain harvesting exemption.

The NSW government has been ordered to revisit world heritage assessments for the Warragamba Dam expansion.

Researchers have developed a new test for crown-of-thorns starfish that works like a pregnancy test.

Experts say turtles could play a critical role in 'fish kill' clean-ups and the European carp cull.

Hundreds of whales appear to have died in a mass-stranding off Tasmania.

Queensland’s LNP has pledged to gut the state’s Environmental Defenders Office.

Questions are being asked about the levels of waste that a mining company is licenced to release into a Wollongong creek.

Dozens of experts have signed an open letter to the PM, saying Snowy 2.0 is turning into a “$10 billion white elephant”.

TasWater has applied for a $735 million loan.

The SA Government wants to set up a “game-changing” seaweed farming zone.

The Australian water sector is helping South East Asian nations track COVID-19 in wastewater.

Researchers have produced hydrogen from wastewater.

The Federal Government started work on new environmental laws before the report that was meant to inform them.

Local researchers have developed a new and easier on-site method to immediately and accurately detect and measure levels of PFAS.

British research suggests that man-made noise pollution may be linked to increased risk of disease among fish.

A single seafood company has bought up more than 70 per cent of the NT's barramundi licences.

Experts have spelled out ways to save Australia’s vital water systems.

Reports say money for a Queensland dam project has been funnelled to LNP-linked firms.

The scaffolds that help hold together the world’s tropical reefs are at risk from acidification.

Past behaviour suggests Australia will experience up to 35 per cent more El Niños, according to new projections.

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