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The European Union has adopted a new strategy aimed at promoting green infrastructure, and putting natural processes at the heart of its spatial planning. Under the new strategy the EU will now encourage green solutions to infrastructure problems, such as …
A new United Nations-backed report says coal-fired power generation in Asia and cattle farming in South America are the most damaging businesses for nature with hidden costs that
A report has found resource companies are exaggerating the projected economic and employment benefits of coal mining and gas projects in Australia’s most populous state New South Wales.
The conservative Liberal-National New South Wales state government has scored an "F" for national parks and wildlife conservation in a report card by the state's leading environmental groups.
German sportswear company Puma has announced a range of biodegradable shoes and clothes, seeking to lead in protecting nature as it tries to catch up with rivals Nike
Some computer models for global warming may be over-estimating the risk of drought, according to a study just published by the journal Nature. Several key models used in climate
A just released study says large volumes of the greenhouse gas methane could have been produced under the Antarctic ice sheet over millions of years, and could add
The minister in Australia’s minority Labor government responsible for the tourism and mining industries insists they can co-exist, despite mounting international concern about Australia's environmental management. Federal Resources, Energy
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) says water resources are under increasing stress: with burgeoning populations, growing economies and a changing climate, water scarcity and pollution
Australian Greens Party national leader, Senator Bob Brown, will hand back his Living National Treasure certificate if recent recipient Clive Palmer is allowed to build a coalmine in