Australians are eating and inhaling significant numbers of tiny plastics at home, new research shows.
Climate change not only poses enormous dangers to the planet, but also harms human health.
What determines someone’s climate change attitude, and how does it translate into voting?
Humans aren’t the only ones in trouble.
The largest and most destructive earthquakes on the planet happen in places where two tectonic plates collide.
Australians have a love-hate relationship with sulphur-crested cockatoos.
Human disturbances, on average, restricted an animal’s movements by 37%, or increased it by 70%.
Population growth plays a role in environmental damage and climate change.
Heat is more dangerous than the cold in most Australian regions.
In cities around the world, temperatures could rise by more than 4℃ by 2100 under a high-emissions climate change scenario.