There are calls for chemical analysis of airborne pollution in the Queensland mining town of Moranbah.

Labor leader Anthony Albanese has backed coal exports as he prepares to tour regional Queensland.

Official forecasts predict power prices will fall in most Australian states and territories over the next three years.

Mining billionaire Andrew Forrest is funding a solar farm in Western Australia's Wheatbelt.

Greenhouse gas emissions should set a new record this year, but the rate of growth has shrunk.

Experts say the growth of Australia’s cities is being held back by institutional silos, perennial underfunding and lack of a national vision.

The victims of the 2011 Queensland flood disaster have won a major class action against the State Government.

This year ends a decade of exceptional global heat, retreating ice and record sea levels driven by human activities.

Australia’s rare earths industry has welcomed a new deal with the US.

Canberra developers say they are not to blame for bad buildings, as the Government plans to ban “dodgy developers”.

SafeWork NSW says it has dramatically increased awareness of silicosis and standardised practices of exposure prevention.

CSIRO has outlined five key opportunities for hydrogen industry growth.

Accenture has opened an energy innovation hub in Perth.

The Coalition has failed to pass its signature laws aimed at cracking down on unions.

An inquiry has found that a container deposit scheme in Victoria could net the State Government $550 million.

The Climate Council says the Northern Territory is lagging significantly behind the rest of the country in developing renewable energy.

The operator of Hazelwood Mine has been convicted for exposing workers and the public to dangerous conditions...

South Australia's Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has discovered a large illegal waste dump.

Analysis has found Australian hydrogen export projections have been exaggerated by factor of up to 11.

This week is National Asbestos Awareness Week, a time to shine a light on the dangers of asbestos fibres.

Rio Tinto has launched an investigation after an employee crushed their own work ute with a haul truck.

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