The Bento Rodrigues Dam Collapsed a Year Ago and It's Nowhere Near Fixed
Local residents are still adjusting to their new lives more than a year after the Bento Rodrigues dam collapsed in southeastern Brazil.
How 22 Hydroelectric Projects in Canada Put First Nations Communities at Risk
A Harvard study looked at the proposed hydro projects in Canada's not-so-distant future, all of them near indigenous communities.
An Iconic Dutch Dam Is Getting Decked Out in Interactive Light Art
A series of temporary and permanent installations by Daan Roosegaarde will light up the Afsluitdijk in the Netherlands.
How a Cambodian Tribe Is Getting Pushed Off Its Land by an Energy Company
Development along one of Southeast Asia's biggest rivers is threatening local communities.
Perth is Sucking Up Its Groundwater and Sinking Into a Hole
Not as fast as Mexico City, but fast enough for people to be talking about it.
Forget Dams: Let's Store Extra Energy in Rocks on Trains and Underwater Balloons
Building dams means making lakes, and making lakes means covering lots of stuff with water.
Gaze Up at an Aurora Borealis Made from Advanced LEDs
Studio Roosegaarde's latest exhibition asks what the Netherlands would look like if it was still underwater.
America's Infrastructure Is Slowly Falling Apart
And here are the projects that prove it.