The eastern seaboard is likely to be lashed by rain and thunder this week and experts warn to prepare for severe storm damage.
Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese says if Scott Morrison doesn't attend November's climate conference in Scotland it is because he's embarrassed.
Acting Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce is not ruling out signing up to net-zero emissions by 2050, confirming discussions are under way with the PM before making a bizarre reference to ‘early settlers’.
The Tyndall Range on Tasmania's remote west coast is the proposed spot for the island's third iconic trek but some say the route is the wrong choice.
California is investing $A 20 billion in addressing climate change and to prepare for the state's increasing risk of devastating fires.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg will use a major speech to declare Australia ‘cannot run the risk’ of foreign markets thinking the country is not transitioning to a lower emissions future.
The NSW bushfire inquiry has heard why a Black Summer blaze was known by three different names as it burned out of control.
Victoria’s historic earthquake triggered sweeping evacuations of office buildings in Melbourne, but one detail proved crucial in the city avoiding a catastrophe.
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Swathes of extra land across NSW that is critical to the state's conservation efforts is now eligible for protection, thanks to new state legislation.
Melbourne was shocked by a powerful earthquake that rocked the city but a geologist has explained why we shouldn’t be surprised.
A tiny council in outback Queensland will decide whether one of Clive Palmer's companies gets to build a new coal-fired power station.
A magnitude 5.8 quake has caused widespread damage in Melbourne, but one key thing has prevented a total disaster.
Manjimup Shire president Paul Omodei has penned a letter to Premier Mark McGowan to invite him to Manjimup to address the community over the State Government’s decision to end native logging by 2024.
Social media has been flooded with pictures of destruction caused by a magnitude 5.8 earthquake that struck Victoria on Wednesday morning.
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Three states are experiencing a cold front bringing snow and low temperatures but experts have predicted where and when another arctic blast will hit.
The huge cost of protecting Australia’s beaches and coastal towns could soar as high as $54 million a year - but it won’t be the government picking up the bill.
A South West environmental group claims a leading waste management organisation has “declared war” on the community by applying to expand the dump in Dardanup.
Australia's first overview of its sharks reveals extinction is a risk for several species, but vast areas of unfished sea is helping.
Optus Stadium, Cottesloe Beach, Westfield Carousel and vast swathes of Busselton, Rockingham and Mandurah could be washed away by 2150, according to dramatic climate change modelling.
A severe weather warning has been issued with icy blasts of wind, storms and snow on the way for Victorians as their ‘temperature rollercoaster’ continues.
WA Forestry Minister Dave Kelly says the native forest industry’s biggest player warned it would close down this year without almost $26m of Government funding.
Career conservationist Dr Mike Wysong, who spent 14 years working in Hawaii, has joined the team at South Coast Natural Resource Management in Albany.
A controversial project has been given the green light as credit experts note financing is drying up for the ‘dirty’ industry.
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The Federal Government has approved a controversial coal expansion project, which had been subject to a court order demanding ministers consider its impact on climate change.
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