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North Atlantic hurricanes are growing worse, but an MIT climatologist says it would be ‘absurd’ to attribute Katrina or Rita to long-term climate change.
By 2010, thousands of homes in southern California may be getting energy from a giant solar farm.
Let’s rethink this option, without losing sight of alternative energy.
The spread of easy electronic fixes to knotty problems can postpone fundamental solutions.
Fusion’s grand challenge requires global cooperation–and U.S. research funding.
Solar modules are selling like hotcakes.
The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) aims to prove fusion’s ability.
Entergy Nuclear treads carefully in proposing a new nuclear power plant.
The industrial giant’s new Munich research outpost puts renewable energy in high gear