Environmental News

When Adelaide's Brenda Williams moved to the NSW regional town of Dungog two years ago she was shocked.
There’s been a remarkable recovery of one island’s coral on the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef, but researchers aren’t celebrating.
Hidden in a top-secret location within a national park near Sydney, are some of the rarest trees on earth
Cities across the globe are looking to Australia for a simple pollution solution to stop rubbish from spoiling creeks and river systems.
With towns across NSW at risk of running out of water within months, there are renewed calls for an urgent upgrade of water storage infrastructure.
Climate change threatens Australia in many different ways, and can devastate rural and urban communities alike.
A ban on plastic straws, plastic drink stirrers, and plastic-stemmed cotton buds is set to go into effect in England in April 2020.
A cane toad has been found in Western Australia's south-west, prompting experts to warn people about the encroaching march of the invasive amphibian.
Australia heavily relies on the work of Indigenous rangers to meet our conservation targets, but they’re being short-changed by federal government funding.
One million of the world's species are now under threat of extinction, according to the biggest-ever review of the state of nature on Earth. Among a vast number of alarming findings is that the average population size of native species in most habitats on land has fallen by at least 20 per cent, mostly since 1900.