Documentary or drama? The HBO/Sky series is gripping watching, but sometimes facts make way for artistic licence.
Iran's leaders are threatening to breach a 2015 agreement that froze their country's nuclear program. What is uranium enrichment, and what would it mean for Iran's ability to build nuclear weapons?
The HBO series 'Chernobyl' has reignited interest among tourists to visit Pripyat, but growing up in the disaster's shadow has made us wary.
China is rapidly greening its economy, but that doesn't mean authoritarian governments are best placed to handle climate change.
The initial impact of the catastrophe on nature was important, but the exclusion zone has now become a natural reserve.
In 2011 the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster struck Japan. Eight years later, Fukushima is perceived in very different ways by the West and by Japan.
Post-apocalyptic visions reflect society's fears – and gamers get to immerse themselves in it.
From offshore oil and gas to the homes of people with disabilities, this is emerging as one of the most exciting areas of tech.
Labour should not accept nuclear power as an inevitable part of its climate policies.
Lessons learned from Hurricane Andrew in 1992 and the Fukushima disaster in 2011 have changed how utilities brace for big storms.
The benefits of nuclear power often seem to get overshadowed. It's time the industry began sharing its vision for the future.
Three Mile Island, Chernobyl and Fukushima demonstrated the difficulty of managing a disaster at a nuclear power plant. What is the situation in France?
When it comes to the geological record, airbrushing out humans' impact on the environment makes little sense.
Commercial nuclear reactors provide roughly one-fifth of the electricity produced in the US. But they face grave threats to their continued operation.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford seems intent on dismantling the previous government's energy strategy. But that may not protect consumers.
For just ten years Antarctica was home to a nuclear power station called "Nukey Poo".
There is simply no credible evidence supporting the contention that America is experiencing a grid emergency.
If recent history repeats itself, the proposed repository for extremely dangerous nuclear waste will stay dead.
Several states, including Massachusetts and Rhode Island, have developed ambitious renewable energy targets that hinge in large part on getting their power from turbines stationed in the water.
Does the work of the international agency responsible for verifying whether Iran was in compliance with the deal matter to the US?