The statistic that bleaching has been seen in 93% of surveyed areas of the Great Barrier Reef has sparked worldwide coverage - not all of it accurate.
A new review of research training in Australia calls for transferable skills to be central to the training of PhD students.
Chytrid fungus has already wiped out six species of Australian frogs since the disease arrived in the 1970s. Without urgent action, seven more are facing extinction.
All surgery is risky, so undergoing surgery in a foreign country adds to those risks.
Cape York's ecosystems are worth as much as the Queensland economy.
Bleaching has hit a huge swathe of the Great Barrier Reef, with many corals in the reef's remote northern reaches now expected to die as a result of warm waters linked to this summer's El Niño.
Big new investors such as the Asian Infrastructure Development Bank are key players in a worldwide infrastructure, and that could be bad news for the environment.
How can primary health networks work closely with Aboriginal services to ensure health care is appropriate and culturally competent?
Queensland's Wet Tropics are home to a dizzying range of plant and animal species, but are at risk of being overrun by yellow crazy ants.
The House of Representatives is now the only lower house chamber in the Australian parliamentary system with non-fixed three-year terms. Should it change?
If you're hearing a strange chatter in your home, you may have gecko housemates.
More than half of the remaining habitat for Queensland's southern black-throated finches is potentially subject to mining development. If these mines go ahead, it will be bad news for these birds.
Land clearing in Queensland has tripled in the past five years.
New data have revealed a disturbing trend in forest loss: the hearts of the world's forests are disappearing. To stop them bleeding out, we'll have to say 'no' to some developments.
Have a look in your garden - you might be surprised at some of the native animals that thrive there when the weather's hot.
De la sécheresse alimentée par El Niño au ralentissement des économies brésiliennes et chinoises, que réservent les mois qui viennent pour les zones forestières ?
From drought to economic slowdown, 2016 promises a mixed bag for the world's forests.
Climate change is driving the iconic black marlin further south, with a possible impact on ecosystems and the fishing industry.
More than thirty gigantic infrastructure projects threaten Africa's environment without offering economic benefits.
While Indonesia has taken steps to address the worst forest fires in living memory, a new palm oil alliance with Malaysia threatens to take a giant leap back.