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Koalas are under increasing pressure as southeast Queensland grapples with a housing crisis and predicted population explosion of 2.2 million people.
A roundup of the latest evidence on the effects of seismic surveys shows there are many potential harms to marine life.
The World Heritage Committee has given Australia more time to address major threats to the Great Barrier Reef and possibly avoid an in-danger listing.
A so-called “zombie fish” thought to have been extinct for two decades has been released into a Victorian wetland after it was brought back from the dead.
Here we take a closer look at some pests and diseases we need to keep out at all costs, to protect our biodiversity.
Invasive alien species are driving biodiversity loss and extinctions in every country, all over the world. Responding to the challenge, the United Nations is today releasing the first global assessment of invasive alien species and their control.