Because we all know how bad rubbish is for the environment, we decided to give you a few tips on how to lighten your rubbish load this Christmas.
Australians increasingly rely on sea transportation, but this is putting us on a collision course – literally – with whales, turtles and other marine life.
Refreshed and salty from its travels along the Ningaloo Reef, our favourite underwater robot Starbug X has been shining a light on some of the secrets beneath the world-heritage waters.
Egg-laying mosquitoes have been found in more than 20% of domestic rainwater tanks inspected in Melbourne homes. What can we do to keep them out?
Australia could make enormous progress towards a more environmentally sustainable future without a major change in what we value. Here’s how.
Got a rainwater tank? Thinking of getting one? Well, you’ll want to keep mozzies, sludge and fecal matter out of them – and here are the 5 tips for how.
Our report details how wastewater can be reused to irrigate wineries and improve crops.
The Great Barrier Reef is many different things to different people: a tropical playground, a natural wonder, and the domain of Nemo, Dory and Bruce. But it’s also home to around a million Australians, a booming tourism industry, major exporting ports and countless fishing, farming and agriculture operations. Indisputably the Reef has immense ecological importance
Australia’s Biodiversity series – Part 10: Inland waters Even though it is one of the world’s most arid continents, Australia’s inland waters support a rich diversity of life. Rivers, streams, wetlands, floodplains, lakes, underground aquifers—we’ve got them all and they all support native species. Biodiversity is enhanced by the wide variation in rainfall across the