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.
Adventurer Lindsey Cole swims the Thames, dressed as a mermaid, after walking WA's 3,000-kilometre-long Rabbit Proof Fence.
The Australian Conservation Foundation launches a legal challenge to a decision to bypass environmental impact assessment of Adani's licence to use up to 12.5 billion litres of water a year for its central Queensland coal mine project.
Australia is being warned its return to its Pacific neighbours after years of neglect risks being undermined by the Government's intransigence on the region's main threat: climate change.
A federal parliament inquiry argues no families should be trapped on land contaminated by PFAS chemicals and recommended the Commonwealth offer financial compensation for residents exposed to the substance.
The ban on single-use plastic bags by Australia's two largest supermarkets has prevented the introduction of an estimated 1.5 billion bags into the environment, according to the National Retail Association.
An upcoming NSW forestry agreement could intensify logging in an area described as a 'global treasure', so a young Coffs Harbour hinterland boy wants industry to come clean about its impacts.
Tasmanian Aboriginal groups say they have been "sidelined" by both the state and federal governments' decision to greenlight a fly-in-fly-out luxury camp in the heart of Tasmania's remote World Heritage Area.
The 200-metre high chimney at the former Port Augusta power station, which towered over the local landscape for more than 30 years, is reduced to rubble.
Biomass, or burning forests for electricity, is being recommended to the NSW Government as a renewable energy. But is it a good choice for tackling climate change?