Many young people are hesitant to have children in the face of climate change. But is population control really the solution?
Winter is over, and because of the continued impacts of climate change it was Australia’s hottest on record.
Residents are fighting for basic needs one year after Cyclone Seroja destroyed Kalbarri.
A recent report has revealed pressure on rental prices isn’t the only heat tenants are experiencing.
DFES, DBCA and volunteer bushfire brigades are preparing for this year’s bushfire season
Perth’s stormwater drainage system’s failure to cope with the effects of climate change is causing concern.
Has winter actually finished? Heavy recent rain has been a blessing for WA farmers, but dry spells are predicted to worsen.
Favourable weather has provided good conditions for prescribed burns, but what systems are in place to warn of lingering smoke?
A call has been made to strengthen coastal structures after Cyclone Seroja tore through WA’s Mid-West region.
North Beach residents say erosion measures at Mettams Pool are a quick-fix, and long term solutions are needed.
Climate change is driving the northern and southern bushfire seasons in WA to collide, which could put pressure on the state’s resources.
As drowning deaths rise, surf lifesavers issue a timely warning.
The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting showers, strong winds and storms for much of WA’s south-west over Easter.
‘Veronica’ is expected to make landfall this weekend.
Can Western Australia survive on less than average rainfall?
WA’s first cold front of 2018 is expected to hit hard and authorities are warning residents to prepare themselves and their homes.
Staff at the Bureau of Meteorology are striking over an ongoing pay dispute.