Australian scientists have weighed Greenland’s ice cap melt using satellite technology and their findings are not good.
The acclaimed Australian artist is painting black squares on a gallery wall with his eyes closed — to protest against the values that led us to climate crisis.
A team of citizen scientists join in the effort to restore the balance in inshore reefs and save threatened corals by clearing them of choking algae and seeding them with coral larvae.
The Labor leader has unveiled a faint glimpse of the vision he has for his prime ministership, but history could stand against him, writes national affairs correspondent Greg Jennett.
A leading science institute finds Queensland must move more quickly towards renewable energy and away from coal-fired power by 2030 to meet its share of the nation’s emissions reduction targets.
Australia’s largest cotton farm Cubbie Station has opened its gates to local government councillors from across the Murray-Darling Basin.
Two chemical leaks from metals processor Nyrstar have made their way into Port Pirie’s groundwater and a waterway over the past two years, the ABC can reveal.
While battling its own drought, an outback Queensland town is offering free bore water to communities running out of the precious resource. There’s just one catch.
One of three peregrine falcon chicks that hatched, in front of thousands of online fans, has died in a nest perched high on a Melbourne skyscraper, marking the third year in a row the nest has suffered such a loss.
When the AEC releases its latest political donation figures this week, it will show sizeable contributions from a little-known group called Climate 200, backed by prominent businessmen Simon Holmes a Court and Mike Cannon-…