ASIC is, for the first time, taking a company to court over claims of ‘greenwashing’.

Clark Cranes, a Melbourne-based crane company, has been fined $400,000 after being found guilty of two workplace safety charges.

Unions are worried for jobs after Australia's largest cold chain refrigeration logistics company entered voluntary administration.

Experts estimate that vehicle emissions could cause over 11,000 deaths a year.

A new 10-year national strategy to reduce workplace fatalities, injuries, and illnesses in Australia has been released.

Women in STEMM report experiencing harassment, abuse, systemic sexism, imposter syndrome and the gender pay gap.

Australia’s energy ministers have scrapped plans for a new rule on grid connections, in a potential win for renewable energy storage.

British scientists have calculated how much the war in Ukraine has affected global energy prices.

Australia’s migration system could soon undergo a major overhaul.

Unions want job security for coal mine workers affected by BHP’s sale announcement.

A judge has ruled that former prime minister Scott Morrison's decision to reject a gas exploration licence off the coast of New South Wales was “infected by apprehended bias”.

Serious questions are being asked about where Glencore can store waste carbon dioxide in the Great Artesian Basin (GAB).

An expert consultation process has laid out a path to decarbonisation in Australia.

Ampol has agreed to pay $157 million to settle a long-running dispute over its use of a Singaporean marketing hub.

Rail company Aurizon has secured a non-coal revenue contract with logistics group Team Global Express worth $1.8 billion ...

Australian researchers have commissioned the biggest large-scale iron flow battery outside of the United States.

Court action has been launched over an alleged tendering cartel at WA mining camps.

Workmates are raising funds following the tragic deaths of two miners at the Dugald River underground zinc mine in Queensland.

More calls have been made to stop the use of engineered stone in Australia amid a silicosis “epidemic”.

Western Australia has announced plans to wean itself off coal entirely within seven years.

Australian researchers are making hydrogen fuel directly from seawater, in a huge advance for the technology.

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