Aiming for cleaner streets, oceans and communities, the Plastic Free Foundation officially launched a new plastic waste initiative at Government House in Canberra on World Ocean Day, Tuesday 8 June. Known for the...
Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) meteorologist Melody Sturm said from tomorrow onwards, a cold front crossing through much of NSW would bring rainfall, winds, and the chance of snow.
ACT Policing is urging drivers to drive to conditions to prevent road accidents in the mountains of the ACT and NSW.
NSW Police have urged whale watchers and skippers to be aware of their surroundings during this season’s whale migration, after an incident on Sunday saw a breaching whale land on top of a boat off the coast of Narooma.
Eligible local Landcare groups, environment networks and community groups working on bushfire recovery projects can now access funding of around $50,000 as part of a grants program. Funded by the Australian Government Department...
Australian science communicator Karl Kruszelnicki AM, also known as Dr Karl, says even modern wood burning stoves are big polluters.
MLA Marisa Paterson wants Canberra to apply to be internationally recognised as a National Park City.
Next week, the ACT could become the highest level of government in the world to sign a fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty backed by the Dalai Lama, a hundred Nobel Prize winners, and more than a thousand scientists and academics.
Cat owners will be required to contain their cats and register them under a new plan the ACT Government released today that is designed to help cats live longer and healthier lives while better protecting native wildlife.
Canberra recreational fishing and camping facilities will receive a $141,000 grant from the Federal Government to improve toilet blocks, traffic overflow areas and showers.
A spectacular lunar eclipse is set to turn the full moon red this Wednesday night 26 May when a Super Blood Moon will grace the sky.
Royalla residents are riled by a proposal to build a quarry nearby. They believe the possible environmental and social impacts – dust, illness, noise, environmental degradation, and water scarcity – outweigh the benefits, both for their village and for the wider region, including southern ACT suburbs.
The ACT Government has thrown down the gauntlet to the rest of Australia: two years of free registration for zero emissions vehicles.
Recent generations of Remotely Operated underwater Vehicles (ROVs) are emerging as a capable and affordable tool to detect marine pests in Australia’s waters and on the underside of vessels.
A thousand young people and their supporters took part in the first national climate school strike since the pandemic began.
The ACT Government has won the 2021 Fleet Environment Award, in recognition for its achievement running a green fleet.
The ACT Government is developing a new 20-year Natural Resource Management (NRM) plan for the Territory and is seeking community input.