Eradicating invasive holly from wildlife corridors, restoring habitat for native orchids and helping fire-impacted tawny frogmouths are some of the successful projects to be funded under a $6 million Morrison Government investment
After a voyage of almost 10,000 nautical miles, facing nine metre seas, Australian Antarctic Program scientists will today return to Hobart shedding new light on the krill populations that underpin marine ecosystems of the Southern Ocean.
The Australian Government has published the Final Progress Report for Australia’s First National Antimicrobial Resistance Strategy 2015–2019 detailing our efforts to limit the incidence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in Australia.
The Morrison Government has joined countries at the forefront of a global push to tackle the impacts of climate change by signing on as one of the first members of the global Adaptation Action Coalition (AAC).
Thousands of years of Indigenous land and fire management knowledge is being harnessed as part of a $2 million Morrison Government program to help local communities and regions better prepare for major bushfire events.
The Morrison Government has delivered ground-breaking improvements to the way environmental risks from chemicals are managed in Australia with the passing of the Industrial Chemicals Environmental Management (Register) Bill 2020 in Parliament today.
A brazen attempt to export lizards in potato chip tubes has resulted in a sentence of 3 years and 6 months imprisonment, with a non-parole period of 2 years and 4 months for a Malaysian national on an expired visa.
With $40.6 million already being rolled out to restore historic Sydney Harbour Federation Trust buildings, the Morrison Government has confirmed a future leasing strategy that will ensure the protection of public ownership and access.