WA Labor is set to use its majority in the Upper House to permanently kill off Roe 8 and 9.
A major conservation group claims spending on the environment and climate represents less than 1 per cent of the federal budget and that renewables have been neglected.
Sydney's Lord Mayor Clover Moore says the city will bring forward its net-zero emissions goal by five years to 2035.
The Morrison government's federal budget has provided a mixed bag on climate action, prompting a varied response from environmentalists and industry.
A study by James Cook University shows there is only a small window of opportunity to reduce the impact of carbon emissions on coral reefs.
A paper that claims the severity and extent of the Black Summer bushfires are not the legacy of logging has has been slammed by other academics.
Researchers are concerned toxic firefighting chemicals found in Australian sea lions and seals could threaten already vulnerable populations.
Political fighting has again erupted over management of the embattled Murray-Darling Basin with few signs of a solution on the horizon.
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The energy company AGL has taken Greenpeace to court for using its logo in a campaign against the company's fossil fuel emissions.
Amazon deforestation has increased for a second straight month, according to Brazilian government data, with destruction picking up before the burning season.
Simple measures could reduce emissions of the greenhouse gas methane by 30 per cent by 2030, slowing the rate of global warming, according to a UN report.
Apps warning of bushfire danger saved lives during the Black Summer, but experts warn too much reliance on smart phones could create a deadly problem for firefighters.
Boris Johnson has called on Scott Morrison to embrace a clean energy option to avoid “catastrophic” global warming.
Boris Johnson has said he is hopeful of seeing some positive action from the Morrison Government on climate change.
Cooking with gas at home is as bad as living with a smoker in terms of its health impacts on our children, with an alarming new report showing it’s linked to an increased risk of asthma.
Advertising has been plastered across some Perth buses, warning the Fitzroy could become the next Murray-Darling style disaster.
A ready-to-recycle toothpaste tube has been developed in Australia with the breakthrough having the potential to reduce landfill around the world.
The Federal Government will inject more than $300 million into stopping exotic pests and diseases entering Australian farms, including African swine fever and foot and mouth disease.
A contentious go-kart track will not be built atop Mount Panorama in Bathurst, after the federal government intervened to protect a sacred Indigenous site.
People with asthma are being advised to stay inside as smoke from hazard reduction burns engulfs vast swathes of Greater Sydney and surrounding districts.
The federal government has put the Flinders Ranges forward to be added to UNESCO's World Heritage List.
Water services staff in the UK city of Birmingham are working to clear a 300 tonne "monster" fatberg blocking a sewer, but say it could take months to complete.
Luke Sweedman has explored nearly all of WA’s nooks and crannies during his career as a botanist. He’s so planted in the field that he even has a tree named after him. Here is his story.
Jon Sanders will tell you he’s just an ordinary bloke but in actual fact he is anything but ordinary — the world-renowned sailor is leading the fight against the scourge of micro-plastics.
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