Norway opens osmotic power station

Semi-permeable solution

Varanasi fails technology sewage test

Do not bathe in this thing

Steve Jobs determines smoking is injurious to your Mac

PC thinking hits PCs

Auto roti maker wins Intel prize

And the biodegradable bone

Energy-saving lightbulbs get dimmer over time

And they're pretty rubbish to start with

Phuggers are like chuggers

Punters badgered by phuggers

Last ice age took hold in just six months

Maybe The day After Tomorrow wasn't so far wrong

Electric cars mean more CO2

Let's all just buy Hummers, and to hell with it

CO2 levels 'stable since 1850'

Another global warming myth bites the dust

Retreat of glaciers locks up carbon

So it's not all bad

Ashmolean in Oxford re-opens this weekend

Oldest public museum in world

25 laziest cities in America unveiled

Mobile is immobile

UK court rules that global warming is a religious belief, not science

A British man has been told he can take his employer to tribunal on the grounds he was unfairly dismissed because his views on climate change constitute a religious belief.

GM is world's least green automobile maker

North American automobile manufacturers are bottom of the sustainability league, according to the largest ever global study of the sector's performance.

1010 reasons why digital is better than analog

Yesterday we suggested 10 reasons why analog is better than digital. It's only fair to put the other side of the argument. Here are 10 compelling reasons why digital beats analog hands down.

10 reasons why analog is better than digital

The difference between analog and digital isn't like the difference between chalk and cheese.

Yes Men get No Men! You're sued!

The pranksters who pretended they worked for the US Chamber of Commerce and issued a press release last week have received a writ for their trouble yesterday.

Flexible solar power modules unveiled

A US company, Ascent Solar Technologies (tick:ASTI) said it has release a set of flexible thin-film photovoltaic modules to the marketplace.

Peer pressure can lead to big energy savings

Small energy-saving measures by consumers really can make a big difference, according to Michigan State University scientists, and peer pressure is the best way to achieve them.

Global warming scepticism rising faster than temperatures

As scientists question the greenness of biofuels, the number of Americans who believe the planet is warming due to man-made pollution is at its lowest point in three years, according to a survey.