FOR THE first time in several years Australia will not be represented by a minister at a major round of international climate change negotiations, with Greg Combet set to miss talks in Doha startin
MARRICKVILLE councillors will vote on Tuesday night on a proposal to remove 1590 trees - and, the Greens warn, potentially many more.
Every rainy season, the Guna people living on the Panamanian white sand archipelago of San Blas brace themselves for waves gushing into their tiny mud-floor huts.
The US may need to build new storm defences as it faces up to more violent weather caused by climate change, the governor of New York has warned.
Superstorm Sandy could cost up to $US45 billion ($44 billion) in damage and lost production after it swept across America's east coast, wreaking far more havoc than hurricane Irene last year, econo
Food production accounts for up to 29 per cent of man-made greenhouse gases, twice the amount the United Nations has estimated comes from farming, a study published on Wednesday said.
Australia will need to import about 100 million tonnes of carbon abatement in 2020 to meet its greenhouse gas reduction targets, the first official emissions projections since Australia imposed a p
The West Australian government’s plan to update laws protecting threatened species has been labelled ‘‘too little, too late’’ by the opposition.
The future of Tasmania's biggest surviving native timber processor is in doubt after the state's marathon forest peace talks collapsed on the weekend.
THE Gillard government has pledged $1.77 billion for water infrastructure to pump an extra 450 billion litres into the ailing Murray Darling basin to boost the health of the river system.
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