The environmental regulator has stepped in to stop water pollution from an underground coal mine damaging a World Heritage River. Can the mine deliver improvements and will the river recover?
At society's margins, people without access to the mainstream job economy are able to carve out lives rich in other resources and community.
Trump's executive order on climate will cede American leadership internationally and scores a political win. But reversing all Obama's work will require big wins in court.
One of Trump's first orders of business on energy will likely be to reopen federal lands to coal mining, which would be a bad deal for taxpayers and the environment.
The idea of clean coal has been around for 40 years, but remains a pipe dream.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's proposed changes to Australia's national environment act will significantly reduce judicial oversight on environmental decisions. Here's why that matters.
Mine communications are complex, slow and unreliable. The solution to keeping miners safe, and rescuing them when disaster strikes, might just be in their hands already.
Can Australia achieve fair and open decision-making and a just and sustainable energy transition when big coal players are involved?
The 1966 event that killed 144 people in a small Welsh town is still shaping national identity today.
Risk management for climate change is starting to impact our day-to-day lives.
With the last major court case cleared, Adani is free to proceed with its Carmichael coal mine. But the business case is not looking good.
How bad are things for U.S. coal? Very bad, but that's very good for environment. Now the question is whether other countries will cut back on coal as well.
Beyond the environmental cost, what is the psychological toll on communities of mountaintop removal coal mining?
Latest revelations about Peabody's funding of groups linked to climate denial are the tip of the iceberg.
From formation to export, the key facts and figures.
India is at a crossroads: how to bring electricity to millions of people without power, while also dealing with climate change?
Millions of people live without access to electricity. Now it's a battle between coal and renewables to bring cheap power.
Peabody, the world's largest private coal company, has filed for bankruptcy, symbolising the world's swing away from coal.
The granting of a mining lease to the Carmichael coal project, despite the huge potential greenhouse emissions, shows that ministers need to consider the wider consequences of their approvals.
Growing population, growing demand for food, climate change: Australia's rural lands are facing a number of pressures. So how can we sustainably use them in the future?