EXCLUSIVE: Humans are 'the most endangered species on the planet' and we must ask ourselves if we will still be around in 30 years time, warns the Nobel Peace Prize-winning economist.
Time is ticking for governments around the world to take meaningful action on two major issues facing the planet. Read more.
Malcolm Turnbull has warned of the threat to Australia's key exports if the government continues to be 'dead against' carbon tariffs. Read more.
Researchers are concerned about the future of native plants in Mount Kosciuszko National Park, saying their days are numbered.
It's a problem scientists have been increasingly sounding the alarm about in recent years, and warn it is just as big a risk as climate change.
Debate is raging over whether the Bravus Carmichael coal mine in Queensland, formerly under the name of Adani, will destroy the Doongambulla Springs and evaporate an important ecosystem.
EXCLUSIVE: Renowned environmentalist Dr David Suzuki pinpoints how we 'screwed up' the planet and what we can do to survive.
Australia has confirmed its position as a global outlier in the fight against climate change, with Scott Morrison facing heated criticism for an 'embarrassing' speech.
EXCLUSIVE: EarthDay.Org president Kathleen Rogers said Prime Minister Scott Morrison's approach to climate change shows he is not prepared for the future.
The dire impact climate change is having on the globe has been uncovered through new Google Earth technology.
Spectacled flying foxes should be listed as critically endangered say environmentalists, as their numbers rapidly decline due to climate change.
The lake could be a glimpse at a "dystopian future" for Australia without better planning, an environmentalist has warned.
Parts of Australia could be bracing themselves for 50C days as the country crumbles to the impacts of global warming, a study has revealed.
A study has found that cities could soon be uninhabitable due to heatwaves. So why are they hotter than regional areas and what is the solution?
In an exclusive interview Captain Paul Watson says this is not about saving planet Earth, it's about saving ourselves.