The presidential commission investigating the Three Mile Island accident learned that the problems rested with people, not technology.
Thirty years after Three Mile Island, nuclear is still too risky. But now the risks have shifted from physical to financial.
Here is the policy we need to exploit our natural-gas resources.
Vast amounts of the clean-burning fossil fuel have been discovered in shale deposits, setting off a gas rush. But how it will affect our energy use is still uncertain.
Combining synthetic biology and solar technology could provide a way to trap carbon dioxide and produce fuel.
Our collective demand for environmental responsibility has stimulated the market.
Converting coal to natural gas is our best strategy for limiting carbon dioxide emissions today.
On the Isle of Man, the beginnings of a marketable electric motorcycle.
If the United States wants to build a market-based approach to reducing carbon dioxide emissions, it should learn from Europe's failures.
Geologist Allison MacFarlane on the future of nuclear waste--and what it means for nuclear power.