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Underwater speakers playing healthy reefs noises double the amount of fish on damaged reefs, giving scientists hope that sound could be used to help restore them.
A score of electromagnetic devices are set to be installed off Busselton Jetty with the aim of encouraging tourists to see the area's marine life - except for the predators.
Mining industry experts say social licence will be the next decade's biggest challenge for mining companies, so how can mining fix its image problem by 2030?
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Well before alternative housing, tiny homes or recycling were common, Ken Aitken spent his days driving the streets looking for piles of rubbish from which to build his dream home.
More than 25 years ago, Louise Hardman made a vow to do everything she could to rid the ocean of plastic. Now, her Plastic Collective has been granted $2.49 million to extend work she's already done in the waste recycling field.
Germany is doing what Australia says it can't - shutting down every coal mine and coal-fired power plant in the country. But there's a cost.
The world's richest man will issue environmental grants through the Bezos Earth Fund starting later this year.
Getting all parties with a stake in the coal industry to agree on shutting it down might seem impossible in the Australian context. Here are the reasons why it could be done in Germany.
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault receives 60,000 new seed samples to increase storage of stocks amid climate change fears.