Mark Howden on carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere reaching their highest levels in 3.6m years
Two doctors explain why the Northern Territory might get too hot for humans.
The Northern Territory could lose up to a third of its doctors as they look to escape the dangerous effects of climate change.
What governments need to do to protect vulnerable citizens amid the increasing threat of severe bushfires.
Prof John Hewson's latest column argues communities mustn't be ignored by the renewable energy transition
Quentin Grafton speaks to Radio Adelaide about Australia's water crisis
Frank Jotzo and Mark Howden on the NSW Government's decision to replace the head of its new zero emissions body
Two ANU experts respond to land use debate
For nearly a century, scientists have been tantalized by the prospect of attaining an inexhaustible source of energy through nuclear fusion.
Even after the rains, Australia’s environment scores a 3 out of 10. These regions are struggling the most »
Improved weather conditions have pulled Australia’s environment out of its worst state on record, but recovery remains partial and precarious, new research...
Should solar owners pay to supply the grid, or are there other options? Here's what you need to know »
The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) last week announced that Australians could soon be charged for exporting solar to the grid to help cope with...
There’s great excitement about Australia potentially producing hydrogen as a clean fuel at large scale, for export to countries such as Germany, Japan and...