Cheaper and cleaner nuclear plants could finally become reality—but not in the United States, where the technology was invented more than 50 years ago.
Many countries keep their reserves a secret, meaning the price of oil is based on a huge amount of guesswork.
What if we could build a nuclear reactor that costs half as much, consumes nuclear waste, and will never melt down?
Growing up in Kenya, he strained to read by the dim light of a kerosene lantern. Now he’s making solar-charged lanterns and using them to spur economic development.
The cofounder of Nest, which invented a thermostat that learns people’s preferences, explains what’s next.
Researchers are fiddling with the plant equivalent of gut bacteria.
Americans continue to favor light-duty trucks and SUVs.
Unfortunately, Democrats are ignoring the one thing that could best help curb carbon emissions.
A new device that peers at corals in their natural habitat could help us understand how the world’s reefs respond to climate change.
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