Melanesia's oceans are worth at least US$5.4 billion, but are under increasing threat.
Being a "locavore" means choosing food that is grown locally, and is one way that you can play a role in feeding more people in a rapidly changing world.
With gas prices high, coal-fired power has been increasing, which is bad news for carbon emissions.
The increasing use of the sea for human activities has resulted in a dramatic rise in noise levels.
South Australia's recent blackout raised questions about the role of wind energy in Australia's electricity network.
Since April 2015, each month has been the hottest on record and it's the longest hot streak on record.
Most businesses construct climate risk solely through the lens of profitability and market opportunity.
A new SBS doco will spark more questions about if and how we should eat meat.
New technology reveals that digging echidnas play a crucial role in Australia's ecosystems.
The US presidential debates have been largely silent on climate, but it wasn't always the case.
Many of the iconic coastal villages of Australia have a close association with professional fishing.
Do you ever feel that the weather is worse on the weekend? Well you might be right!
Once upon a time dead coral was something to be celebrated on the Great Barrier Reef.
Hydrofluorocarbons were created to replace ozone-damaging chemicals – but they turned out to be major contributors to climate change.
Australia has the world's largest wave energy resource – so how do we unlock our ocean's potential?
Queensland currently gets 7% of it's electricity from renewable sources - but is aiming for 50% by 2030.
Australia is facing an above-average cyclone season, with at least 11 cyclones likely in the region.
Wild dog attacks on livestock are devastating, but bounties and culling aren't the answer.
Recently published research has found that the concentration of poorer people in hotter places is a real problem for cities' capacity to cope with climate change.
New South Wales wants to extend its shark net program after a spate of attacks in the north of state.
Feeding seaweed to cows might just help solve two of our biggest problems: climate change, and feeding the world.
Metallic starlings – not the kind that live in your roof – breed in huge colonies that draw thousands of animals.
Wildlife in wilderness areas have more genetic diversity, which is better for their survival.
New South Wales' U-turn on its greyhound ban says much about the calibre of politicians and their subjugation to the media.
At least 1,000 people perished when Hurricane Matthew battered Haiti last week, destroying houses and displacing tens of thousands