Places that lacked an electrical grid and land-line telephones throughout the 20th century are powering their homes and businesses with the latest 21st-century technology.
Nitrogen trifluoride emissions in the United States, while very low compared to carbon dioxide, could be an easy target in the fight against climate change.
The $73 million project will allow Singapore officials to navigate through a digital representation of the city while accessing a wide array of data.
Spiraling construction costs at new facilities and planned closures of decades-old plants highlight why the nuclear industry in the United States remains in trouble — even as the quest for zero-carbon energy sources grows.
A first of its kind study on the impacts of climate change and industrial-scale fishing highlights the need for multinational cooperation on conservation and fighting climate change.