The UK's leading scientific body is courting controversy with a major report, due out on Tuesday, that is expected to recommend geoengineering as a way of combating climate change.
The latest wacky weapon to fight climate change is a proposal to install artificial trees which could soak up carbon dioxide.
A 74 year old man who has lived without electricity for 27 years has been told by the local utility company they plan to bill him £67,000 ($109,000) to hook his home into the grid.
Solar cells could soon be printed like newspaper or painted onto rooftops.
An unusual craze has hit English university city Oxford, with young social
networkers in the groves of academe taking it upon themselves to..
Viewing the world's biggest cities as analogous to living, breathing organisms is fostering a deep new understanding of how poor air quality in megacities can cause harm.
There's been a resurgence of interest in electric bicycles amongst the Brit public, judging from the keen interest shown in two crowded concessions at a recent public Fayre in Hurley. And prices are dropping, too.
Scientists have developed an eco-friendly coating for glass, plastics and other materials which allows oily stains to be wiped away easily with plain water.
A British family has completed the world's first solar powered paramotor flight, covering 2,000km from Monaco to Morocco.
The U.S. Environmental protection Agency (EPA) has given the 2011
Chevrolet Volt a fuel efficiency rating of 230 mpg, General Motors
Oversupply and glut are the order of the day in the solar cell market
as production rises while demand sinks. That may well lead to some
companies going to the wall.
A Toyota hybrid vehicle has achieved an estimated 431-mile range on a single tank of compressed hydrogen in government tests.
The Indian government has come up with an ambitious plan for solar energy - but is asking western nations to foot the bill.
Hybrid vehicle rebates are a waste of the tax-payer's money, a new UBC study says, serving mainly to prop up the auto industry.
People keen to twist the knife in their grieving loved ones' guts after they're dead can now do it quickly and conveniently thanks to a new online service.
Greenpeace activists climbed to the top of HP's global headquarters yesterday, and a voice mail from William Shatner was delivered to all the phones in the building with an automated system.
Fujitsu is to use a 500MHz Eden ultra low voltage processor in its next generation thin client products.
Just for the crack, for the gammon and for the gash
Bill Gates, along with a bunch of co-inventors, has applied for patents on technology aimed at dampening hurricanes.
Hoping to get people thinking more about their garbage, an MIT team is planning to tag thousands of items of trash in New York, Seattle and London.