Eel fishermen in Tasmania are feeling the pressure from declining sales and tougher regulations.
Essential Energy says it will charge NSW's electricity customers more per year to fund a Broken Hill sewerage plant if a price rise for local water customers is not approved.
From Sao Paulo to Bangalore, researchers have watched Cape Town deal with a crisis that could unfold in their own drought-prone cities. Australian cities need to pay attention.
Demand is threatening to outweigh the supply of water in the Murray-Darling region, with prices set to double.
Maverick Kennedy MP Bob Katter has leveraged support from the Morrison Government for huge irrigation schemes in his electorate.
Even Ms Guli admits it sounds crazy, and is beyond anything she's attempted before. But she's come too far to give up now.
The very existence of Tibet's traditional nomads is under threat, as glaciers melt and grassland turns to desert. But that's not the only hazard — the tech industry's thirst for lithium is also causing concern.
The Queensland environment department launches an investigation into a series of groundwater bores drilled by Adani, which conservationists say were sunk without approval, contrary to the miner's claim it had permission for the works.
Rules governing water use are being questioned following hundreds of millions of litres being harvested by Whitehaven Coal's Maules Creek mine.
Pollution from an old mine has made a northern Queensland major river into a toxic contamination zone, with the government warning residents not to drink, swim or use the water.