Environmental News

Tourists visiting Maria Island, the Tasmanian holiday destination and wombat stronghold, are being invited to take a pledge to keep a safe distance from the furry residents.
Rare, beautiful and deadly sawfish once swam in waters from Sydney to Perth but these days you're more likely to spot one nailed to the wall of a pub than see them in the wild.
The Department of Primary Industries (DPI) is expecting more mass fish deaths with a blue-green algae bloom blamed for 10,000 dead fish in the Darling River.
The ban on single-use plastic bags by Australia's two largest supermarkets has prevented the introduction of an estimated 1.5 billion bags into the environment, and the retail industry hopes this is only the beginning.
The number of resident dolphins in Darwin Harbour has almost halved since construction of the huge Inpex liquid natural gas plant and shipping channel began in 2011.
Climate change is playing a major role in the Netherlands sinking more than expected, say researchers.
A $38 million Tesla battery plant in South Australia is on track to be up and running by May.
Walmart and Unilever are changing the way we think about saving the world’s forests and mitigating climate change.
Family members have paid an emotional tribute to victims of the Dianne maritime tragedy by releasing a green sea turtle in their honour.