New research has identified invasive trout as among the greatest threats to Australia’s most vulnerable native fish species.
An award-winning wilderness weeding venture has put a callout for volunteers ready to brave Tasmania’s wild wilderness coastline this summer.
National environmental laws are failing to stop species becoming extinct in Australia.
The discovery of yellow crazy ant clusters less than 20km from Townsville has alarmed the local taskforce battling these invasive ants.
Four out of five Aussies would back environmental initiatives like tree planting, weed removal and river restoration to keep people in regional communities employed while we recover from the economic impacts of COVID-19.
Professor Graeme Samuel’s interim review of Australia’s key national conservation law, the EPBC Act, is a straight talking critique of its failings.
Remote Norfolk Island is a haven for wildlife found nowhere else on the planet. But the survival of many is directly threatened by invasive species.
Will strong leadership by NSW environment minister Matt Kean be enough to see science-based feral horse management in Kosciuszko National Park become the new norm?
Keeping a lid on the spread of yellow crazy ants in Nome near Townsville is vital work that needs the help of the local community.
Alpine sphagnum bogs burnt in the 2019-20 bushfires won’t recover without protection from feral animals.
The federal government has opened up a new inquiry into the problem of feral and domestic cats in Australia.
Australia’s native lizards and snakes at huge risk from a slew of weeds, foxes, cats, feral deer, wolf snakes and other pest species.