Smokers who litter cigarette butts are being urged to consider the harm they cause to oceans and marine animals.
The 2018 Shanghai Study Tour series continues with a look at how technology is changing the way the country manages waste.
Replacing conventional meat with something that is grown and sold – not slaughtered.
Thrifting is the trendy shopping alternative helping save the planet.
Harvested areas are sustainably managed to produce timber as well as protect WA’s plants and animals, the Minister says.
Can Western Australia survive on less than average rainfall?
The Australian government endorses $50 million Smart Cities Program.
Australian first Virtual Power Plant signals new age for renewable energy distribution.
Termites are essential for the diet of endangered numbats, but there’s not enough around.
Your bathers may be posing an invisible threat to the ocean.
A local councillor has urged universities to ban single use plastics.
Extraordinary research from UWA sheds new light on coral.
The Repair Cafe helps people to repair, not replace, their broken household objects.
Residents hit back at controversial “Face Your Waste” clear bin campaign.
The expansion of the WA Aboriginal Ranger Program has been welcomed in the regions.
Cases of deliberate baiting remain rare, according to vets.
State Environment Minister visits Foodbank to highlight WA’s growing waste concerns.