A majority of Australians are opposed to drilling for oil in the Great Australian Bight, with SA residents most concerned.

Voters’ views of Murray Darling Basin management are drying up.

The Australian Academy of Science has measured the benefits of membership of major global science organisations.

Experts have questioned the energy efficiency of new homes in WA.

Rio Tinto has counted the cost of damage at its Pilbara iron ore port by tropical cyclones.

Animal rights activists who invade Queensland farms and abattoirs will soon face new fines.

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced funding for a re-deployable rooftop solar trial.

The approval of Adani’s water plan “reeks of political interference”, according to Queensland Environment Minister Leeanne Enoch.

WA’s State Solicitor's Office has dropped charges against a drilling company due to a lack of witnesses.

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) will soon run a Virtual Power Plant (VPP) trial.

Western Australia will soon host a national hub for future battery research.

Electricity distribution company Powercor has been fined $374,000 plus court costs for failing to keep trees clear of powerlines.

Fortescue has approved its second major iron ore mine development in just 12 months.

The Australian Workers’ Union (AWU) wants tighter regulation following a giant factory fire in Melbourne.

UPDATE: Environment Minister Melissa Price has approved Adani's groundwater plan.

Safety regulators have allowed Google to launch a world-first drone delivery system in Canberra.

Authorities want input on new acceptable levels for respirable crystalline silica and respirable coal dust.

The NRMA says Australia is lagging way behind in the adoption of low-emission vehicles.

Energy Minister Angus Taylor says the Federal Government will consider underwriting a coal baseload power station.

The Morrison Government has decided to spend its $2 billion “climate solutions fund” over 15 years, not 10.

Construction has started on what is expected to be the world's largest lithium refinery.

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