The Australian and UK governments says they will work together to fund clean technologies to help reduce emissions.
The company behind a plan to build a cable car to the top of Hobart's kunanyi/Mt Wellington is considering whether to appeal a decision to reject the plan.
Albany residents are being encouraged to have their say on shark control measures after recent shark sightings and alerts at local beaches.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has welcomed UNESCO's decision not to list the Great Barrier Reef as an "in danger" World Heritage site for now.
An Italian minister says China and India have held firm in their opposition to phasing out coal power by 2025.
Victoria's government is being urged to dump its solar rebate scheme for rental homes where tenants partly pay for the new system amid low take-up of the offer.
Highly popular promotions that swelled the grocery giant’s coffers, set off an online trading frenzy and raised the ire of almost every single environmental group in Australia have been scrapped.
The federal government's campaign to keep the Great Barrier Reef off the UNESCO World Heritage in Danger list has succeeded in delaying the decision.
Economic recovery measures announced by governments around the world would push carbon emissions to record levels in 2023, the International Energy Agency says.
Independent consultants say a controversial plan to build a cable car to the top of Hobart's kunanyi/Mt Wellington should be refused by council.
Advocates for the birds dressed as penguins and flocked to Rockingham foreshore at the weekend to make a statement to decision makers.
The State Government has demanded a meeting with Chevron after the energy giant failed to hit a five-year target to bury greenhouse gas emitted from its Gorgon LNG plant in the Pilbara.
A report calls for Australia to phase out the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2035 to help reach net zero emissions by 2050.
UNESCO's World Heritage Committee is pushing ahead with plans to classify the Great Barrier Reef as an endangered.
Andreas Landwehr, dpa
The Queensland government will compulsorily acquire 148 hectares of land at Currumbin Waters to create one of the country's biggest eco-parklands.
"The future does not lie in oil. The future belongs to renewable energy, and in that respect we have much more to gain," the Greenland government says.
Aboriginal groups in Tasmania say the state government needs to rule out reopening 4WD tracks on culturally significant land following an assessment report.
Mining company Minerals and Metals Group has paused works at the site of a planned waste storage dam in Tasmania after legal threats from a conservation group.
The federal government has ruled a contentious plan for a new mining waste storage dam in Tasmanian wilderness must be subject to an environmental assessment.
The Federal Government has been ordered to consider risks posed to young people from climate change in a looming decision on a coal mine expansion.
Anti-tobacco organisation STOP says making cigarettes accounts for five per cent of global deforestation and warns vaping will devastate the environment.
Brookfield is using its market strength to help the environment, vowing to avoid, reduce or remove single-use plastics from its Perth and Sydney precincts.
The former politician and action star says man kind faces a grim future if we don’t take action now.
Controversial plans by a Singapore-based company to drill for oil in a nature reserve south of Dongara have been recommended for conditional approval.
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