The fiance of a 27-year-old man killed in one of Australia's worst mining disasters is still heartbroken, saying the "pain is still there" on the 30th anniversary of his death.
The fiancee of a 27-year-old man killed in one of Australia's worst mining disasters is still heartbroken, saying the "pain is still there" on the 30th anniversary of his death.
Despite the Federal Government telling the United Nations Australia's emissions are dropping, raw data released today shows the country's pollution is at an all-time high across most sectors.
Dozens of holidaymakers are being airlifted from a stricken cruise ship which is in danger of being smashed against rocks off the coast of Norway.
Thousands of young Australians are set to walk out of their classrooms today to demand action on climate change, with at least 50 rallies planned across the country to protest what schoolchildren see as the destruction of their future.
The French navy releases images of flames and black smoke spewing from the ship before it sinks, polluting an area that stretches to the horizon.
As climactic extremes dominated 2018, a new UN report shows that global warming will continue to dominate in the long-term.
Up to 270 shipping containers fall from one of the world's largest cargo ships into the North Sea, attracting treasure hunters and clean-up volunteers alike to beaches in the Netherlands.
Adventurer Lindsey Cole swims the Thames, dressed as a mermaid, after walking WA's 3,000-kilometre-long Rabbit Proof Fence.
Climate change denial prevents effective action on emissions, and leads to other lies and evasions by our leaders who support big coal and other polluters. Our government hit a new low point this week, by admonishing those who care, writes David Shearman.