How Wave Energy Could Change the World

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Inna Braverman believes in two things: second chances, and clean air. Born in Ukraine in 1986, polluted air almost killed her when the Chernobyl nuclear plant exploded just two weeks after her birth. She stopped breathing, and nearly died. “I grew up with a feeling I got a second chance at life, so I should do something good with it,” says Braverman.