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Banks won't touch them they are so financially risky. So why does Obama want U.S. taxpayers to fund nuclear plants when there is a 50% chance they will fail?
When the Winter Olympics wrap up, Vancouver will be passing more than one torch. The city could light the way for green cities of the future by proving economic prosperity and climate protection can go hand in hand.
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Observation deck offers stunning, unprecedented views of Earth, brings International Space Station to 98 percent completion.
CEO extraordinaire explains the big problems and big opportunities that a post-carbon world can provide.
Sir Richard Branson has done the research and predicts that we have 5 more years before oil demand exceeds supply.
Video: Obama congratulates astronauts on ISS and Space Shuttle Endeavour on their successful ongoing mission.
NASA worries hobbled space craft will not survive the winter.
Scientists working in a 2,000-mile deep copper mine in Minnesota think they have identified the never-before-seen substance.
Breakthrough 'crystal' captures CO2 and could one day turn it into a fuel or turn water into hydrogen.
Researchers use nanofibers to create lights that are more energy-efficient than the common incandescent light bulb, more eco-friendly than a CFL — and they give off a warm white light, too.
Video: Astronauts open the shutters on the International Space Station's new observation deck, offering never-before-seen views of Earth.
GTECH reclaims vacant lots in Pittsburgh to promote sustainability and revitalize blighted areas.
New research suggests their backward spin could shoot jets of plasma into other galaxies.
Nuclear power demands huge quantities of water (43,000 gallons per megawatt hour), making it an unlikely candidate for our water-constrained future.
Even Wall Street won't touch nuclear because it is too financially risky. At least 1 out of 2 nuclear plants will fail, leaving taxpayers with the burden of debt.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.