In June 1969, a fire on Cleveland’s Cuyahoga River—the last in a series of big blazes spanning decades—spurred the government to make sweeping environmental changes that altered the course of the country.
That hasn't happened since 1882.
Here's how we got to this point.
The trick is nickel, and lots of negative charges.
The prototype Cypress turbine blades come in two pieces and are assembled on site for larger and more durable turbines.
And it might have implications for surgery, space travel, and national security.
Nuclear power is simply too risky and complicated to supply our country's energy.
The turbine stands almost as tall as the Eiffel Tower.
The state's geography could easily harness tons of wind and solar.
Gates cites the Trump Administration's aggressive stance for having to pull out.
Critics say that it could hurt one of the most effective regulations of the past decade.
A small region in New England could generate enough energy to power 1.5 million homes.
We'll need to be mining a dozen times as many metals to meet demand for wind turbines and solar panels by 2050.
They want the world's largest accelerator bigger than ever before.
Scientists are trying to convert wood into energy as efficiently as this little worm.