Drinking water supplies around the U.S. are contaminated with volatile organic compounds, and western wildfires are making the situation worse
But the question is whether change will be enough to meet the challenge
Despite widespread global success, solar water heating is virtually unheard of in the U.S.
Batteries are in high demand, but manufacturers aren't paying enough attention to a potential e-waste crisis
America's track record on getting new innovations to market could be improved by a congressionally approved foundation
Efficiency gains will be significant but builders and industry groups quashed the most progressive proposals
Tesla's Solar Roof has been slow in rolling out, but it's picking up speed and looks like a relative bargain
The catch is that poor and minority communities are still the most polluted
The grid is getting cleaner, but homeowners need help in replacing appliances that burn fuel
Hempcrete, made from the woody core of hemp, is showing promise as an environmentally friendly building material
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