A zero-tolerance approach to feral horses in Kosciuszko National Park has been flagged by the federal government if culling fails to stop environmental harm.
An Australian offshore wind pioneer urges less politics and more investment in a nation that's been "smug" about energy for far too long.
Humpback whale numbers declined significantly over a period of nine years and was likely due to a marine heatwave, a study says.
The closure of a park less than a month after it opened because of contaminated mulch kicked off an asbestos scandal that has spread outside NSW.
Expect to see more politicians behind the wheel of a small electric car in a show of support for new vehicle efficiency rules.
Some popular vehicles are using as much as 20 per cent more petrol than promised, road tests show, while others are secret high polluters.
Gas giant Santos has been accused of eroding shareholder value with a record dividend and no update on the future after Woodside merger talks were terminated.
A farming lobby says Labor leaders whose states need the Great Artesian Basin should be fighting a carbon capture and storage trial in Queensland.
Corals are dying from severe bleaching around the Keppel Islands on the Great Barrier Reef, scientists say.
Large Australian corporations are failing to meet global best practice when it comes to reducing their carbon dioxide emissions, according to a new study.
A logging protest in defence of some of Tasmania's tallest trees has resulted in former Greens leader Bob Brown being charged and banned from all state forests.
BlueScope Steel expects local housing starts to recover and strong demand in the United States for infrastructure, including steel-intensive renewable energy.
Scientists and conservation groups say a backflip by the NSW environmental watchdog will do little to shield greater gliders from the effects of logging.
Residents in Victorian towns face a recovery that could last up to three years as locals return to survey the damage caused by bushfires to their properties.
Asbestos-tainted mulch has been found at further sites as the NSW Environment Minister blames regulatory failure for the growing scandal.
One of Australia's rarest birds has given up its genetic secrets and it could boost the elusive creature's chances of evading extinction.
A highly invasive clam has been found in Australia for the first time and it could be bad news for river health and water infrastructure.
A study shows more Australian drivers are keen on electric cars but the group behind the research says it also shows bad news for a fuel-efficiency standard.
Asbestos-tainted mulch is to blame for the closure of a primary school in Sydney's southwest and the cancellation of a major Mardi Gras festival event.
New logging rules that had experts fearing for the survival of the endangered greater glider will be revisited by the NSW environmental watchdog.
Scientists have told event managers to back off and keep their disruptive, showy events out of the nation's wildlife havens.
An outback electric vehicle charger that went viral has yet to use its diesel generator backup to recharge one car, the Senate has heard.
Australia's first climate risk assessment will be based on a scenario that does not reflect reality, the Greens say.
Australian government officials have confirmed they are developing guidelines for solar equipment after warnings about potential security vulnerabilities.
Florence, the troubled tunnel boring machine, is back on solid ground and hard at work on the Snowy Hydro 2.0 project, but it's slow going.
Australia sweltered through its eighth-warmest year on record in 2023, according to a new report from the Bureau of Meteorology.
Scientists are surveying remote areas of Antarctica with drones, hoping to protect plants and animals in the fragile ecosystems in the face of climate change.
The satin bowerbird's obsession with the colour blue can sometimes be deadly but a change in milk packaging could help save the showy bird.
Anti-renewables activists want to protect agricultural land but the energy industry says solar and wind is future-proofing farmers and giving regions new jobs.
Greater glider ecologists say the endangered species is in deeper trouble after NSW's watchdog for nature changed the rules that apply to logging.
A huge difference between the most and least efficient cars has been shown in a study of more than 650 models with some guzzling almost $4000 in fuel each year.