Ben Cubby Carbon dioxide concentrations in the Earth's atmosphere are on the cusp of reaching 400 parts per million for the first time in 3 million years.
Glenda Kwek, Ben Cubby, Peter Hannam Australia's ability to build a series of huge resources projects has been called into question after rising costs forced Woodside to shelve a $40 billion liquid natural gas development in Western...
Ben Cubby, Peter Hannam 'Outrageous' industrial action and the soaring dollar had priced Australia out of the market for onshore LNG projects, says Ian Macfarlane, the Coalition's resources spokesman.
Ben Cubby Huge tracts of potential wine-producing country are expected to vanish from Australia over the next few decades as climate change bites, and winemakers may need to head for higher, cooler ground.
Ben Cubby National body for adapting to climate change preparing to be closed down after the federal government decided not to renew its funding.
Ben Cubby WILL the kangaroo eventually go the way of the koala?
Ben Cubby Coke will challenge the NT government over its new cash-for-cans recycling scheme.
Ben Cubby THE federal government has promised to stop any coal port or shipping developments that would cause ''unacceptable'' damage to the Great Barrier Reef in an effort to convince the United Nations to...
Campbell Walker and Ben Cubby When Jonathan Moylan and a handful of fellow anti-coal campaigners set up camp in a state forest near Narrabri 161 days ago, they were already hinting at the unconventional protest methods to come.
Peter Ker and Ben Cubby One young man sitting in a forest used a laptop and a mobile phone to temporarily wipe more than $314 million off the value of Nathan Tinkler's Whitehaven Coal on Monday morning.
Ben Cubby THE plan to issue a hoax letter about ANZ funding Whitehaven Coal was cooked up last week by a handful of anti-coal campaigners camping in Leard State Forest, near Narrabri.
Ben Cubby FARMERS and community groups will have to seek private funding for public interest court cases against coalminers and gas drillers, after a crackdown on Legal Aid funding by the NSW government.
Ben Cubby and Tom Arup When is logging not logging? When it is ''ecological thinning'' in national parks, according to the governments of New South Wales and Victoria.
Ben Cubby The release of methane from the Arctic will make it tougher to meet human emission cuts.
Ben Cubby TOXIC gases leaking up through coal seam gas fields could be having an effect on human health, doctors and anti-pollution groups say.
Ben Cubby Bushfire risks have been rising steadily for nearly 40 years, according to comprehensive new data that shows for the first time that big firestorms near Australian cities are becoming more likely.
Ben Cubby The NSW government wants to spend up to $148 million on what is believed to be the biggest water buyback in Australian history, making it the de facto owner of 19 farms on the Murrumbidgee River.
Ben Cubby, Amy McNeilage and Dominic Bossi Australian branch of political group Hizb ut-Tahrir denies involvement in Sydney riot.
Ben Cubby and Amy McNeilage Violent protests against anti-Islamic film left 25 people injured, including six police officers.
Ben Cubby, Amy McNeilage, Stephanie Anderson The chain of text messages which led to Saturday's riot in Sydney's central business district that left 25 people injured, including six police officers, was being traced by detectives last night.