The Federal Government has been accused of shifting the goalposts with the release of new annual emissions projections.

New research suggests the ill-effects of the Industrial Revolution are still being felt 200 years later.

The Federal Government has announced $70 million will be spent to replace Australia’s highest performance research supercomputer, Raijin.

Scientists have proven the existence of a form of matter first theorised over 50 years ago.

The NT Government’s fracking inquiry has handed down a preliminary report that includes a call to protect groundwater resources.

Engineers in the US have created an entirely textile-based, bacteria-powered bio-battery.

The NT EPA has approved a controversial hazardous waste storage facility and salt mine.

Researchers have unveiled a new ‘double-glazing’ solar power window unlike any existing solar panel.

Adani has secured a mine access deal with traditional owners.

Australian experts will use a new research hub to help graphene leave the lab.

AGL will close the Liddell coal-fired power plant and repurpose it with a commitment to clean energy.

A new non-fracking CSG technology is close to commercialisation.

A US-based Volkswagen executive has been jailed over the company’s emissions scandal.

Research suggests much more time is needed for adequate mine site restoration.

A class action by 6,000 people has started almost 7 years after Queensland’s fatal floods.

Rio Tinto has picked its new chairman.

Arrow Energy has signed a deal that will open up one of the largest gas reserves on the east coast.

Scientists have managed to control the behaviour of individual bacteria by connecting them to a computer.

Plans are afoot to build Australia’s first offshore wind farm off the coast of Victoria.

Tech experts have devised a new way to make switches controlled by coloured light.

The NSW Nationals want to use money from asset sales to build a new coal-fired power station.

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