Progress has been made on a hydrogen development deal with Germany.

Woodside says it is moving ahead with its $16.5 billion Scarborough project off Western Australia.

The SA Government has paused plans for a new desalination plant.

TasWater has a new CEO.

New research shows ‘atmospheric rivers’ may hasten Australia’s snow melt.

The Great Barrier Reef has become a surging tempest of sexual activity, with mass coral spawning underway.

Experts say the fishing industry can play a role in reducing plastic pollution, but it has to understand the issue first.

Stanford University experts say methane could help make sustainable fish feed.

The Bureau of Meteorology says a La Niña has developed in the Pacific Ocean.

The Queensland Government is helping cover cyclone-prone parts of the state.

A farming company has had its giant NT water extraction licence re-confirmed this week.

Queensland water supplier Sunwater has suffered a cybersecurity breach that went undetected for months.

The WA Government says it will raise billions in debt in environmental and social-friendly markets.

Melbourne Water has appointed a new managing director.

WaterNSW says it is speeding up its licence applications.

Melbourne Water has issued a $200 million contract to duplicate the Hobsons Bay Main Sewer.

A final agreement has been reached at the COP26 summit ...

Australian engineers have used special metals to construct pumps with no moving parts.

One Victorian water authority has announced bold plans for emissions reduction.

Experts say a rapid swing of climate extremes has left the Great Barrier Reef a bleached ‘checkerboard’.

A parliamentary inquiry has heard that ecologists’ concerns with Warragamba dam plans have been whitewashed.

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