More than one million animals are believed to have been used on average in medial and scientific research in Queensland each year, but the state government has stopped publicly publishing the numbe
Shanghai Pudong Development Bank Co. raised 20 billion yuan ($4.3 billion) in China's first domestic green bond offer tied to support for clean energy and environmental protection.
The Paris pact to limit global temperature increases to less than 2 degrees will still result in some parts of the planet warming by as much as 6 degrees due to regional variations, researchers in
UNSW's Ben McNeil and Tristan Sasse explain how a rise in the oceans' CO2 levels could have huge implications for global fisheries and marine ecosystems.
The first hurricane to form in the Atlantic in January since 1938 has added to the list of recent extreme weather events including the hottest global average temperatures by far for December.
Australia's greenhouse gases from its power sector jumped by 3.8 million tonnes in 2015, potentially making it harder to meet the country's international promises to cut total emissions.
The Baird government's approval of a Blue Mountains coal mine expansion contravenes its own planning policy, say environment groups who have begun legal action to overturn the decision.
Australia has posted its hottest end to any year as the impact of one of the biggest El Ninos on record began to be felt across the continent.
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