CuO-SrTiO3-based thin films were prepared by novel sol-gel technology on Al2O3 substrates using Cu(NO3)2, SrCl2 and TiCl4 as the starting materials, critic acid and ethylene glycol as chelating agents. CO2 sensing properties of the films were investigated. Structure characteristics of the sol and asgrown thin films were analyzed by FT-IR spectrum, X-ray diffraction and SEM. The results reveal that the films consisted of CuO phase and SrTiO3 phase have nanocrystalline microstructure at 750°C for 40 min. The modified CuO-SrTiO3 thin films exhibit good resistance-temperature and gas sensitivity properties in a wide range of temperature. The films exposed to 6% CO2 show that sensitivity are 32, and response and recover time are within 2 s at 250 °C operating temperature.