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Frank Jotzo and Mark Howden on the NSW Government's decision to replace the head of its new zero emissions body
Quentin Grafton speaks to Radio Adelaide about Australia's water crisis
Two ANU experts respond to land use debate
Lachlan Blackhall on Labor's proposal to fund batteries to allow households with solar power to pool excess electricity.
For nearly a century, scientists have been tantalized by the prospect of attaining an inexhaustible source of energy through nuclear fusion.
Even after the rains, Australia’s environment scores a 3 out of 10. These regions are struggling the most »
Improved weather conditions have pulled Australia’s environment out of its worst state on record, but recovery remains partial and precarious, new research...
ANU researchers' study on the risks for Australia's hydrogen exporters
Should solar owners pay to supply the grid, or are there other options? Here's what you need to know »
The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) last week announced that Australians could soon be charged for exporting solar to the grid to help cope with...
Technology that stores clean energy by heating particles with captured sunlight is cost-effective and reliable, modelling from The Australian National...
Australia will not achieve net zero emissions until well after 2050 at the rate emissions are declining, ANU experts warn.
Ken Baldwin appeared on the weekend edition of the Today Show to discuss Australia's energy transition.
Are you looking to explore your ideas about how to address the climate crisis through a PhD, but are concerned about the associated expenses?