Data melt Trump’s cooling, ice claims
President Donald Trump’s description of the climate on planet Earth doesn’t quite match what data show and scientists say.’s-cooling,-ice-claims

Banks slash coal loans by 50 per cent as investor pressure mounts

Thousands hit by power cuts as temperature soars

Heat busters swoop to help native bats in the heat

Small parties could be big players after this year’s Victorian election
Richard Willingham
Victorian voters elected an unstable Upper House in 2014, giving minor parties the power to call at least some of the shots, and there’s reason to think the crossbench will play an even bigger part after this year’s poll

Manly Sea Life Sanctuary closes its doors after 55 years

‘The northern beaches is choking’: Bushfire risks worry residents

NSW lags in the war on polluting plastic bags
SMH editorial
The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has declared war on plastic waste. In a recent speech, Mrs May said she hoped to eliminate all avoidable plastic waste in England within 25 years.

Dozens of Cairns and Far North Queensland tour operators pledge to never use straws again
Plastic straws are likely to become an endangered species on board the Far Norths reef fleet, with dozens of tour operators pledging never to use straws again

Cairns Regional Council to join Queensland climate change coalition
Cairns Regional Council will today join with three other Queensland councils to take more action to reduce greenhouse emissions.

Queensland flying foxes travel hundreds of kilometres for finest flowers

South Australians are feeling less safe on public transport according to new Productivity Commission report

SA Election 2018: SA Liberals to push for hotel on old mine in Innes National Park

Bushfire threat eases near Adelaide
Lives and homes are no longer at risk from a bushfire near Adelaide but authorities are warning residents with respiratory conditions to stay indoors.

Widen Port Adelaide’s shipping channel or the area will die
Evan Knapp

Easy being green when you are playing politics
Caleb Bond
Power to the people was once a slogan thrown around by young types with long hair, smelly armpits and a taste for lentils. Now, it just means people want their lights to turn on.

Greens to focus on more than wilderness

Anger as Mount Wellington Cableway Company calls off community forum

A wild ride for animal carers
Tasmania is well known for its wildlife in particular the charismatic devil, the shy spotted quoll, the extinct tiger. Marketing materials emblazoned with images of these species are helping to drive the booming tourism sector.

Councils step up in Cities Power Partnership
Lesley Hughes

Powerful storm creates trail of destruction in Darwin CBD
IT was a calm lull during a week marked by wild bursts of monsoonal squalls, rolling thunder and flash flooding.

Heavy rain and wild weather set to continue for Top End residents

For Christians, the green revolution is stalling — and politics may be why

The top five oil and gas trends for 2018

Hawaii’s false alarm: we’re right to question our safety from nuclear annihilation
Smriti Keshari
Six decades after nuclear tests ended in Australia, the weapons still cast a shadow on our landscape.