Seventeen marine tourism operators along the Great Barrier Reef will take to the water from this week for reef site monitoring and maintenance, supporting up to 300 existing frontline jobs in the Reef’s tourism industry.
The NSW District Court has sent a clear signal to those involved in the insidious and illegal trade of native and exotic wildlife this week with the sentencing of a 33-year-old man to five years in prison and a 30-year-old woman to a two-year intensive co
The Morrison Government’s National Environmental Science Program (NESP) is bringing together scientists, the latest AI technology and the traditional knowledge of Cape York Indigenous rangers to boost the survival rates of turtle hatchlings...
Improved farming practices backed by Australian and Queensland Government funding are seeing a record rate of improvement in the amount of nutrient run-off flowing from farms to the Great Barrier Reef.
A team of University of Sydney scientists is taking the fight to protect koalas to a new level with a world first ‘genetic sequencing’ program that could protect the species from disease and other threats.
A slice of Sydney’s historic parks, gardens, streets, and buildings dating to the first several decades of British settlement and associated with several people of importance in Australia’s cultural history including Bennelong, Governors Phillip and Macqu
Having already set in train a billion-dollar transformation of Australia’s Recycling industry to tackle plastics, paper, glass and tyres, the Morrison Government is setting its sights on the 800,000 tonnes of clothing and textiles discarded by Australians