The iconic white sand of Cottesloe Beach has been replaced with thick mounds of seaweed, following a series of storms which lashed WA last week.
People impacted by plumes of thick black smoke from burning plastics when a Perth recycling plant went up in flames say they’re still being kept in the dark on the cause.
A report has laid out a bold plan to increase the production of seafood five-fold across northern Australia by 2030, which would bring in $1.34 billion
Australia's emissions reduced by 0.9 per cent across 2019 but environmentalists fear the progress will be short-lived as the government eyes growth in gas.
A new date has been chosen for WA’s delayed recyclable containers for cash scheme, with the hold up blamed on the global coronavirus pandemic. Here’s when it will start.
Peter de Kruijff
The man who freed a whale calf from shark nets on the Gold Coast has been issued a formal warning over the rescue, but escaped fines of up to $26,900.
Police are investigating several cases of tree spiking at two Tasmanian sawmills that has caused heated debate as to who is behind the industrial sabotage.
Scientists are urging a moratorium on deep sea mining, because the waters of Pacific island nations are at risk of irreversible damage.
Homes should be energy-rated to facilitate better public take-up of emission-reduction measures, according to a Federal Government-commissioned blueprint on how best to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
A brumby cull in Victoria's high country was meant to start on Monday, but an application for an injunction may prevent it going ahead.
Carly Waters and Caroline Schelle
An Aussie photographer’s incredible image of a dancing lemur is one of the dazzling entrants in a groundbreaking contest that highlights the plight of the world’s endangered species.
Tourism operators and businesses on the Great Barrier Reef will have $2.9 million worth of environmental levies waived to help them during the coronavirus.
Roads at Whiteman Edge are being paved with waste, using a recycled asphalt made partly from hundreds of thousands of plastic bags, ink containers and glass bottles
Two longstanding bugbears of WA business — complicated government procurement rules and tortuous environmental assessments — are being tackled in a twin attack on red tape.
Is that a bird, a bat or a giant butterfly? No, it’s a rain moth. There are more about this year after all the rain – and they make great pets.
Paul Letari’s Ivo Nominees has fallen foul of a complex Shire of Murray planning scheme and faces a $160,000 fine.
NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes will attend a meeting with developer Ozy Homes following calls for a moratorium on land clearing on the state's South Coast.
The groups argue significant growth in regulation across all levels of government had not led to better environmental outcomes and rob regional communities of jobs.
NSW is closer to helping the regions weather droughts better with $245 million going to three water infrastructure projects, including the new Dungowan Dam.
Rio Tinto boss Jean Sebastien Jacques says the mining giant is recruiting to fill 300 vacant positions across its operations and has made no redundancies as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
Rebuilding the Australian economy after the coronavirus pandemic will require a national effort to drive renewable energy projects.
The Murray-Darling's prehistoric past may provide a window into its future under rising sea levels, according to new research.
Western Australia's environmental watchdog has recommended approval for a massive solar and wind project in the state's Pilbara region.
From glaciers to fairytale landscapes, this photography contest showcases the world’s most beautiful panoramic images.
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