In typical fashion, Trump used simplistic promises as the basis for lavish claims about revitalizing the energy industry and showering the American people with riches.
Exxon Mobil and Chevron shareholders voted against climate measures, but the companies are holdouts in an industry that is starting to change its ways.
Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
As many as 20 nuclear plants could close over the next decade, adding to greenhouse gas emissions.
An exhaustive new report on the state of drug-resistance in microbes has found that by 2050, infections could kill more people a year than cancer.
This week’s most interesting and intriguing papers from the Physics arXiv.
Even as Germany adds lots of wind and solar power to the electric grid, the country’s carbon emissions are rising. Will the rest of the world learn from its lesson?
Rethinking longtime practices, a food giant dramatically cuts its water use.
A startup in California has raised $500 million to chase the elusive dream of fusion power. Is this crazy, or is the company on to something?
There are much stronger winds the further offshore you go, but capturing them and turning them into electricity has proved uneconomical.