power plants

tech-science

The Trump Administration Just Rolled Back Obama's Historic Climate Change Plan

President Obama’s Clean Power Plan has been replaced by a new rule that sucks up to fossil fuels.
Sarah Emerson
6.19.19
snow

Power Plants Are Making It Snow in Nebraska

Two power plants in Norfolk, Nebraska caused several inches of snow to fall in parts of the state on Monday.
Sarah Emerson
12.3.18
climate change

EPA Submits Proposal to Replace Obama’s Clean Power Plan

The White House just received the EPA’s proposal for replacing the Obama-era climate change rule.
Sarah Emerson
7.11.18
How Not to Die

States May Be Intentionally Poisoning Each Other With Toxic Air

Canada is looking better every day.
Aaron Reuben
6.8.17
security

Power Plants Are Hackable Because Employees Are Still Using Pagers

Many use the vintage gadget to send and receive unencrypted messages, leaving huge systems vulnerable to infiltration and attack.
Joseph Cox
10.25.16
Photo

Stunning and Creepy Photos of Abandoned Amusement Parks and Malls

VICELAND's skateboarding travelogue 'ABANDONED' finds haunting beauty in the forgotten.
VICE Staff
10.20.16
uk

British Government Puts Brakes on UK's First New Nuclear Power Plant in 20 Years

Recent tumult in British politics hasn't helped the troubled Hinkley Point C project, with the government now calling for a review.
Nicole Kobie
7.29.16
Science

How the Physics of Champagne Will Improve Power Plants

Whether they’re in bottles or boilers, bubbles make a world of difference.
Becky Ferreira
12.31.14
fishing

Power Plants Are Boiling Salmon, Trout, and Sturgeon Alive

Waterside power plants and industrial facilities draw billions of gallons of water each day to generate electricity. But all kinds of fish and animals get sucked up, too, only to be crushed to death or boiled alive.
Lauren Rothman
12.3.14
Art

Industrial Japanese Landscapes Reconstructed Using Human Hair

Takahiro Iwasaki's mini-models of power plants provide a bleak parallel between industrial gloom and lifeless hair.
Zach Sokol
6.10.14
russia

Russia's Newly Proposed Coal Plant Would Be the World's Biggest—by a Huge Margin

If the Keystone XL is a "carbon bomb" then this would be a nuclear warhead.
Brian Merchant
5.27.14