The worldwide fishing quota of Southern bluefin tuna has been cut by 20 per cent, following difficult negotiations at last week's meeting of the Commission for the Conservation of Southern Bluefin Tuna in South Korea.
A uniform, national approach to organic and biodynamic standards for farmers and producers has been announced, and is hoped to offer a new level of certainty and assurance for eco-minded shoppers.
Bickering between state governments has left Australian water supplies in a perilous state, according to a new report by the National Water Commission.
The importance of green spaces has been highlighted in a new study that finds communing with nature makes us better people.
The only report in the world to document the planet's known plant and animal species - all 1,899,587 of them - has been compiled by Australian researchers.
Google has added a new focus on climate change to its Google Earth program, to help raise environmental awareness in the lead up to December's climate talks in Copenhagen.
With WorldFirst's eco-friendly race car set to debut on the 17th October, is the racing industry on the cusp of a green revolution?
A large-scale voting campaign has revealed Australian youths want the government to take stronger action on climate change through emissions targets.
Countries can develop while curtailing climate change if they are 'climate-smart', the World Bank has said in a major new report.