Experts have reflected on the ethics of brain-monitoring technology.
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Research suggests people who are forced to relocate after a bushfire are at a higher risk of PTSD.
Published on: GreenCareer

A new hub has been created to train the next generation of plant scientists to tackle the growing threats of climate change ...
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Emissions reductions by fossil fuels giant will still overshoot the 1.5°C warming limit in the Paris Agreement, experts say.
Published on: GreenCareer

TasWater has won a global award for a business-wide digital project.
Published on: WaterCareer

Opponents of a new dam in NSW say it will cost several times more than the benefit it brings.
Published on: GreenCareer

Researchers have used treated wastewater to support native reforestation.
Published on: GreenCareer

An international research project has revealed for the first time how changes in Southern Ocean circulation are affecting the East Antarctic ice sheet.
Published on: GreenCareer

Scientists are calling for a national approach to marine and coastal restoration.
Published on: GreenCareer

The NSW government is replacing Resilience NSW in response to a recent flood report.
Published on: GreenCareer

A water suppliers’ group says almost 200,000 people in remote Australia do not have access to adequate drinking water.
Published on: GreenCareer

Authorities are looking at options to fix a giant “sand slug” in the Murray River.
Published on: GreenCareer

BHP has revealed a record $34 billion profit in FY22.
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A legal expert says the Federal Government should look to WA when creating its national anti-corruption body.
Published on: ExecutiveCareer

Details of former NSW building commissioner David Chandler's resignation have been sent to ICAC.
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Experts say workers are being left behind by technological shifts in Australia’s retail sector.
Published on: ExecutiveCareer

Australia’s federal, state and territory energy ministers have voted to focus on emissions reduction as an energy goal.
Published on: GreenCareer

Research suggests N95 masks are better at protecting healthcare workers.
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Engineers have discovered a way to replace all of the conventional aggregates in concrete with rubber from discarded tyres.
Published on: GreenCareer

Reports say former prime minister Scott Morrison secretly swore himself into additional federal government portfolios when in office.
Published on: ExecutiveCareer

The federal government is paying to connect a massive new Queensland wind farm to the national grid.
Published on: GreenCareer

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