Industry-run water efficiency projects are being audited, the Government claims.

Victoria is tightening access to water from the Murray River, and wants other states to do the same.

A new device could solve two problems in one stroke – producing both electricity and clean water using sunlight.

A Victorian indigenous site older than the pyramids, the Acropolis and Stonehenge has won World Heritage status.

There are new claims that the Murray Darling scheme has become a colossal waste of money.

The world’s first-ever analysis of cave drip waters has shown stalagmites can provide vital clues towards understanding past rainfall patterns.

A new report says clownfish reproduction is threatened by artificial light in coral reefs.

Authorities have proposed a groundwater ban in part of Adelaide because of contamination from uranium and degreasing chemicals.

South Australia's Mining Act reform has passed the Lower House despite four Liberal MPs crossing the floor to vote against it.

Environmentalists have removed 40 tonnes of rubbish from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

The NSW Government has reduced access to water in order to preserve supplies for critical needs.

A new survey suggests most Australians would pay a levy of around $21 to reallocate water to Aboriginal people.

Sydney Water says bills will be lower following the release of its Price Proposal 2020-24.

Scientists have measured the effects of a mass mangrove dieback in the NT.

Japan has dropped the façade of ‘research’ and is now whaling for purely commercial purposes.

A floating Russian nuclear power plant will soon take to the seas.

Whistleblowers in a Queensland contamination scandal have spoken out.

The largest-ever order of water from Victoria’s Desalination Plant has begun to flow into Melbourne’s storages.

A giant floating device is having a second attempt at cleaning up the huge, swirling island of garbage in the Pacific Ocean.

New global modelling has attempted to measure the cost of natural disasters to the world’s roads and railways.

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