Norway’s Statkraft, one of Europe’s largest producers of renewable energy, is pressing ahead with plans to build its first ever floating solar facility.
A rare hoodwinker sunfish that washed ashore at a Californian beach left scientists baffled when they could not identify it.
Since colonisation, a dizzying array of Australia’s native species and ecosystems have been altered or removed altogether. It therefore seems natural to consider the idea of restoring what’s been lost – a process termed “rewilding”.
CEOs of Australia's largest companies are hearing the message and realising that on issues from climate change to gender diversity the need to act is not just a moral one.
In these times of rising activism on climate change and other environmental threats, a new band of campaigners has joined the fight: street artists. And these artists are using the landscape, communities and social media to spread their message.
Exploring the Canning River, growing up on a Mundijong dairy farm and enjoying produce from my grandfather’s Subiaco vegie patch had me thinking about nature and our impact on it from a young age.
Experts say some members of ‘enormously important’ myrtle family could be extinct within five years, with others to follow
Florida's longest red tide in more than a decade has killed scores of the state's most iconic marine animals.
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.