Three commemorative bronze sculptures designed by Aboriginal artists have been chosen to mark the 250th anniversary of the first contact between the crew of HMB Endeavour and the Gweagal people on the shores of Botany Bay.
Ecologists, heritage experts, Indigenous land managers and community representatives are attending a ministerial roundtable at Parliament House today to review bushfire impacts on natural and cultural heritage sites, and to assist in identifying recovery
A meeting today with inspirational female scientists at the forefront of bushfire forecasting, flood management and rural climate management has highlighted the vital roles of women in science and the importance of encouraging more girls into the field.
The Wildlife and Threatened Species Bushfire Recovery Expert Panel has identified a provisional list of 113 animal species as the highest priorities for action to support recovery from the 2019-2020 bushfires.
The Morrison Government is driving Australia’s waste-recycling industry forward, investing almost $20 million in a series of projects which will create new jobs, grow our economy and help our environment.
Leading environmental and ecological scientists will join me for a round table at Parliament House, Canberra today to canvass strategies on wildlife and habitat recovery in response to the summer’s bushfire crisis.
The Australian Government has lodged a submission for Murujuga Cultural Landscape in north-west WA to be included on Australia’s World Heritage Tentative List, marking the first step in a bid to secure World Heritage listing of the site.
Environment Minister Sussan Ley met with Zoos Victoria staff at Melbourne Zoo today to observe the treatment and care of koalas and other native animals caught in Australia’s devastating bushfire crisis, and to discuss wildlife and habitat recovery planni