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Cancún shows international collaboration on climate change commitments is possible.
Scientific data supports more protection for the South West - but will the federal government agree?
UN climate change talks start today amidst global publicity for a reduction in greenhouse gasses via a series of artworks discernible from space.
Southern bluefin tuna has finally been listed as a threatened species in Australia, yet tonnes of the fish species are still being hauled from the sea.
Creating opportunities for students to become leaders in environmental sustainability.
The Federal government is following-through with one of its 'green' election promises - the establishment of a national carbon credits system.
The NSW government says the Solar Bonus scheme has been too popular, and so the feed-in tariffs for solar-generated electricity have been reduced from 60 cents per kilowatt-hour to just 20 cents overnight.
More than 2,300 school students have been inspired to create original artistic pieces to enthuse and equip Australians for climate change as part of a national competition.
Have your say on the most significant water reform this country has seen yet - water flows in the Murray-Darling Basin. Read on for a summary of the controversial Guide to the proposed Basin Plan.
Over 7,000 community events were held in over 188 countries yesterday for the 350.org "Global Work Party".