The Bunker Hill Mine deposited 75 million tons of toxic sludge in Lake Coeur d’Alene, and the lead and zinc are still flowing.
The Year Ahead/Energy
A Q&A about the utility industry’s move toward renewable energy.
This Natural Gas Plant Has Achieved Zero Emissions
Just outside Houston, a company called NET Power has just brought a revolutionary new power plant online. The company says it can burn natural gas while capturing 100% of carbon emissions, with no increase in the cost of electricity. In this episode of "The Spark," we take you inside the world's first zero-emissions natural gas plant. We also look at an Icelandic company, CarbFix, that has developed a way of safely storing captured carbon by depositing it deep in volcanic rocks. (Source: Bloomberg)
Town of Paradise burns as officials order much of Malibu to evacuate.
Leading designers and retailers supported a nonprofit’s effort to help ease the search for unsavory suppliers active in endangered forests.
Gazprom wants to create a market for hydrogen as pollution rules tighten