Contributing Editor, Technology Review
nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - When does a nuclear plant become too old? The nuclear industry is wrestling with that question as it tries to determine whether problems at reactors, all designed in the 1960s and 1970s, are middle-aged aches and pains or end-of-life crises.
technologyreview.com — All video-game makers are minor gods. They are, after all, in the business of world creation. The game creator sets down the mountains and arranges the valleys in his or her world. The creator decides upon the sky's hue, the water's viscosity, the pitch of birdsong, and the force of gravity's pull.
motherjones.com — Rising seas and increasingly severe weather are expected to increase the areas of the US at risk of floods by up to 45 percent by 2100, according to a first-of-its-kind report released by the Federal Emergency Management Agency on Wednesday.
guardian.co.uk — 400. 1,127. 354. Those three numbers made news this spring. They point to the frustrations - and failures - of those of us inside and outside of corporate America who would like business to become more sustainable. 400: Atmospheric concentrations of CO2 passed the symbolic threshold of 400 parts per million.
greentechmedia.com — Opportunities and risks in a cost-competitive market Shayle Kann: June 12, 2013 In the first quarter of this year there were 71.3 megawatts of residential solar installed in California's three investor-owned utility territories, according to our just-released U.S. Solar Market Insight report.
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