A new report reveals just how much food is wasted even as millions go hungry
Global warming--and its impact on plant flowering times--may be a factor in honeybee colony losses
With no suspects, the police have dropped the case but cleared staff at the University of East Anglia of suspicion
Warm water species are beginning to appear in the northerly seas around Britain
Farmers, used to betting on the weather, are changing their tactics to cope with changes in the rules of the game
New estimates from the International Energy Agency depict a world failing to reduce its reliance on burning fossil fuels, which emits the CO2 causing climate change
As the world's human population moves to cities, how cities grow may well determine the fate of the planet
An Australian researcher wonders "where on Earth are we going?"
The rubbery surface allows the applied mechanical stress of footsteps to produce piezoelectricity
Intrepid British climate scientist sets out to win over global warming doubters
Record dry spring could drive up wheat prices, and lack of water may force nuclear reactors to shut down
To keep up with the rise of wind and solar power, Europe's electrical grid needs to get stronger and smarter, a demand that will be difficult to meet in an era of weak economies and tight budgets...
Gordon Murray, celebrated for designing the fastest, most powerful cars in the world, has designed a fuel-abstemious three-seater passenger car made from metal tubes and recycled plastic bottles...
Scientists at the Millennium Seed Bank are racing against time to gather seeds from the world's plants before any species become extinct, but the global recession and the rise of climate skepticism are making the job harder...
A new device is designed so that when it's hit by big waves, it writhes snake-like in the water and produces electricity