Greenpeace flagship, Rainbow Warrior, has lead a protest of hundreds of people campaigning against Norweign company Equinor drilling for oil in the Great Australian Bight.
Scientists sequence the genome of world-famous giant tortoise Lonesome George, revealing information about the longevity and size of giant tortoises, and their ability to fight cancer.
Just who is Sydney conservative backbencher Craig Kelly and why is he worth saving for Scott Morrison?
Fly fisher Greg French has been coming to Lake Malbena in Tasmania's World Heritage Area for 40 years, now a friend he introduced to the spot is proposing to build a luxury fly-in-fly-out anglers' retreat on the site.
A vet who has seen too much wildlife affected by plastic waste decided to be proactive about recycling and has launched her first collection of pet products.
What makes a country a country? Things are changing — war, technology and climate change are challenging principles of nationhood.
Research shows Australia is among five countries with the lion's share of the world's pristine environments, and scientists are calling for it to be urgently protected.
In Zimbabwe, where wildlife conservation is increasingly a battlefield, the Akashinga are on the frontlines. The women, who were recruited and trained by a former Australian sniper, say poachers are "scared of us".
Koalas without chlamydia in south-western Sydney will be given their own national park along Georges River, NSW Opposition Leader Luke Foley has promised if elected.