Is Australia’s migrant-based population spike good for business or a drain on resources?
With urban expansion sweeping the world, there are numerous questions about what makes the perfect city - and how many people is too many.
To celebrate the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, this piece looks at some innovative designs from the aboriginal community.
How extreme weather events are damaging farming communities.
The announcement brings the government's total drought relief package to $576 million.
The eastern region's farms are struggling under the extreme heat.
Empowering people is the only way to create real change, according to new research.
Red fire ants have breached a containment zone outside Queensland and have the potential to cause huge impacts on health and the environment.
Swedish parents are required to split their parental leave, leading to the common sight of "latte dads" out and about, alone with their children.
Paying people a tiny amount to return plastic bottles cut waste on the coasts of the US and Australia by up to 40%.
Although we typically picture pollution as coming directly from cars or power plants, a large fraction of air pollution actually comes from chemical reactions that happen in the atmosphere.
The Government of South Australia is working with Tesla to install up to 50,000 solar power systems on houses, with no cost to residents.
Just a month after Tesla completed a major battery backup system in South Australia, they’re jumping into a new project in another Australian state.