UCLA chemists have created synthetic gene-like crystals that they say could capture heat-trapping carbon dioxide emissions.
Sydney's University of Technology knows its Sydney Tower is pretty hideous - it even says so on the website. So in traditional fashion, it's decided to put a paper bag over its head.
A top ecological forecaster says it is harder than experts thought to predict sudden shifts in Earth's natural systems - the so-called tipping point.
The US Commerce Department is to set up an office to provide data on climate change to businesses and communities.
Painting roofs white really could cool cities significantly and help mitigate global warming, a new study suggests.
Americans care less and less about global warming, according to a survey.
US hurricane damage will rise by a third this century, a new climate study concludes.
With what some may see as jaw-dropping cheek, a new government-funded study of ozone pollution in western North America has concluded that it's all Asia's fault.
Asian carp DNA has been found in Lake Michigan for the first time, raising fears that they could devastate the Great Lakes' delicate ecology - and commercial fishing interests, of course.
EADS Astrium - Europe's biggest space company - is working on satellites to supply solar energy from space and monitor deforestation on Earth.
From the you couldn't make it up department comes news that you can make airplane fuel from seawater and sand.
Your salad dressing could become an electronics factory, if work from the University of Minnesota bears fruit.
A consortium led by Bell Labs is aiming to 'reinvent the network', making comms technologies a thousand times more energy efficient than they are today, and making a major impact on CO2 emissions worldwide.
In its latest attempt to show us just how much it cares about our welfare, McDonalds is to carry out a three-year study into methane emissions from cattle.
Sit back and put your feet up
In contradiction to perceived wisdom, the airborne fraction of carbon dioxide hasn't increased during the last five decades, or, indeed, for the last 150 years, claims new research
An inconvenient falsehood
African delegation walks out
Met Office 'encourages' scientists to sign petition
It's an epidemic, says WHO