Environment

January was hottest month ever recorded in New Zealand

Feb 2, 2018

New figures show that January was the hottest month ever recorded in New Zealand, and experts say climate change is one factor

Wallaby hops across Sydney Harbor Bridge, captured uninjured

Jan 16, 2018

A wayward wallaby disrupted downtown traffic by bounding across the Sydney Harbor Bridge with police in pursuit

Tesla builds world' biggest battery in Australian Outback

Dec 1, 2017

The world's biggest lithium-ion battery has plugged into an Australian state grid, easily delivering on Tesla Inc. chief executive Elon Musk's 100-day guarantee

World's biggest battery to be ready this week in Australia

Nov 28, 2017

An official says Tesla Inc. chief executive Elon Musk is on track to deliver on a promise by building the world's biggest lithium-ion battery in the Australian Outback within 100 days

Wildlife agencies meet on Guam to discuss brown tree snakes

Nov 15, 2017

Wildlife agencies are meeting this week on Guam to provide updates on numerous projects targeting the invasive brown tree snake, which has proved detrimental to Guam's native bird population

New Zealand aims to go green with electricity, tree planting

Oct 24, 2017

New Zealand's next government is hoping to make the nation greener by planting trees, ensuring the electricity grid runs on renewable energy, and spending more money on cycle ways and rail transport

Australia rejects clean energy target for cheaper power

Oct 17, 2017

Australian government rejects plan to generate 42 percent of country's power from wind, solar energy

Dutch team wins Australia solar-powered car race 7th time

Oct 12, 2017

A Dutch team has won a solar-powered car race across Australia for a seventh time, with a University of Michigan car taking second place in the biennial event

In Pacific, rising tensions evoke troubling nuclear legacy

Oct 7, 2017

Bikini Atoll in the Marshall Islands remains contaminated by radiation, part of a troubling nuclear testing legacy that continues to affect islands and people across the Pacific long after the U.S., Britain and France stopped their testing programs there

StarKist to pay $6.3M in American Samoa wastewater case

Sep 13, 2017

Officials say the world's largest supplier of canned tuna has agreed to pay a $6.3-million penalty for wastewater violations in American Samoa, where StarKist Co. is a major employer

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