Diverse threads of the vast interrogation of nature we call science are coming together in a rich and mutually informative intellectual tapestry.
Companies could improve their profits 2-10% each year by saving energy, according to a world-first attempt to assess energy performance.
The dairy industry faces a number of welfare issues, and is a major contributor to greenhouse gases.
A review of more than 40 years of wildfire activity in the western U.S. demonstrates the potent effect drier, warming spring seasons, due to climate change, is having on wildfires.
To meet global climate change targets, agriculture needs an array of innovations and money to get farmers around the world to adopt new practices.
Australia had the first government body dedicated to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Many properties are at risk from rising sea levels, with owners and councils at odds over the costs of defending these. NSW law reform may lead to more forward-looking climate change adaptation.
Climate change has won and lost elections in the past, and there's a distinct chill in the air this time around.
A leading NASA scientist has asked CSIRO to stay in its global network that monitors atmospheric dust and pollution. The data are vital to understand the effects on weather and climate.
The Great Barrier Reef is in trouble, and the upcoming election is our last chance to lock in plans to save it.
New mapping shows how Antarctica's huge Totten Glacier has retreated far inland, raising sea levels by more than a metre. Rising temperatures could trigger it to do so again.
Another month, another broken temperature record. Scientists are already confident 2016 will be the hottest year ever, a record only set in 2015.
After the breakthrough at last year's Paris climate talks, the hard work resumes this week as delegates meet in Germany to discuss how to ramp up countries' climate targets.
Direct Action is the centrepiece of Australia's climate action – but it may not be working as well as the government hopes.
Research showing that more than 90% of climate scientists agree that we’re causing global warming prompted plenty of questions. And the authors are only too happy to answer.
Escalating clashes between herders and farmers in Nigeria threaten the country's national and food security. A response based on innovation, sustainability and political will is urgently needed.
Careful design can make sure we don't see another failed clean development mechanism.
Cities' metros and subways are threatened by rising flood risks but innovative engineering could protect them.
Climate change isn't the only thing making sea levels higher and cyclones more intense.
Sea levels are rising faster in the Solomon Islands – and send a warning for the rest of the world.