Designs for a $7.2 million state-of-the-art National Seed Bank at the Australian National Botanic Gardens in Canberra were unveiled this morning, that will almost quadruple the existing bank’s capacity to store the seeds of rare and threatened species.
The 2021–22 Federal Budget provides millions for Canberra infrastructure - but the Greens say other policies threaten the environment.
Two new marine parks covering 740,000 square kilometres around Christmas Island and the Cocos will be set up as part of the 2021-22 budget.
Critically endangered swift parrots have been spotted in the Territory this week, prompting calls for more to be done to preserve their habitats.
On a cool and windy grey morning, 50 Class Seven students from Orana Steiner School planted 40 trees and shrubs around the Weston Creek Orchard in celebration of Tree Week, 1-9 May. The...
The Bimberi Wilderness Area and western Namadgi Park will close their doors for two weeks from 3 - 14 May to control the roaming feral deer and pigs in the area.
Australian science communicator Karl Kruszelnicki AM, also known as Dr Karl, says even modern wood burning stoves are big polluters.
When Canberra Bushwalking Club began, members paid five shillings to join a group of like-minded people who loved being outdoors. Sixty years later it's still going strong.
A recent report has alleged fins from endangered hammerhead sharks caught in Australian waters are possibly being illegally traded to international partners.
News that over one third of all feral horses trapped since July 2020 have been released has outraged members of the ACT Government.