Ben Cubby The NSW government has moved to fast-track a giant new coal seam gas-drilling project, to be operated by Santos in the Pilliga woodland, near Narrabri in the state's north-west.
Ben Cubby The effects of global warming on Australia are well documented. Some are already being seen.
Ben Cubby The effects of global warming on Australia are well documented, and some are already being seen in the form of dry winters, unusual summer heat and early spring bushfires.
Ben Cubby and Peter Hannam Here's a bright idea: what if, instead of buying solar panels,companies put them on your roof free.
Ben Cubby, Peter Hannam Here's a bright idea: what if, instead of paying for solar panels to keep your electricity bills down, you asked a solar company to put them on your roof for free, then paid them back with excess...
Ben Cubby, Peter Hannam The world is on track to become up to five degrees hotter, and sea levels could rise more than 80 centimetres this century, according to a leaked draft of a landmark climate change report prepared...
Ben Cubby NSW Chief Scientist Mary O'Kane says coal seam gas drilling poses health and environmental challenges that should be met by an overhaul of workplace training, greater transparency and more research.
Ben Cubby A pipeline that would pump more than 600 Olympic-sized swimming pools of drinking water a year to Orange, in the state's central west, will rely on water that is essential to sustain an...
Ben Cubby The thawing of permafrost in one region of the Arctic will cause damage worth $65 trillion, or almost the size of the entire global economy last year, new research suggests.
Ben Cubby State logging body Forestry NSW is guilty of "systematic failures" of forest management including burning protected bushland on the NSW south coast, a judge has found.
Ben Cubby Approval of the giant Maules Creek coalmine - the subject of a fake news release hoax - is being challenged in the Federal Court, in a case with parallels to that of the Gunns pulp mill in Tasmania.
Ben Cubby Many Australian scientists in Antarctica will have their research put on ice by funding shortfalls that will continue until 2020, senior scientists say.
Ben Cubby Many Australian scientists in Antarctica will see their research put on ice by funding shortfalls that will continue until 2020, senior scientists said.
Ben Cubby They are tiny, transparent mites and worms - only a millimetre long and thinner than a human hair - but they may be big enough to throw a spanner in the works of a billion-dollar coal seam gas...
Ben Cubby, Nicky Phillips The health of the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef has been downgraded to "poor" as the government quietly pushed some of the pollution targets that were supposed to be achieved this year...
Ben Cubby Increase in conrete will have cities up to 3.7 degrees hotter by 2050, research suggests.
Ben Cubby It makes better financial sense for the native forests of southern NSW to remain un-logged and left to generate carbon credits, a new report suggests.
Ben Cubby One of Australia's biggest coal-fired power stations will turn some of its carbon emissions into jet fuel and diesel, cutting greenhouse gases and making money.
Ben Cubby Looking out of an aircraft window as you approach Sydney Airport or Melbourne's Tullamarine, our cities look clean, green, pollution-free. Solar panels wink back at you from a growing number of roofs.
Ben Cubby US President Barack Obama is moving to position America as the global leader on tackling climate change for the first time.