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Microsoft cutting emissions by 75% by 2030

The action will prevent 10 million metric tons of carbon emissions.

Help track mosquitoes with your smartphone

Calling all citizen scientists! Stanford needs your help monitoring the disease-spreading insects.

Mini wastewater treatment plant produces energy, clean water and fertilizer

The units will be coupled with shipping container toilet and bath houses for use in developing regions.

Hybrid wind, solar and energy storage project coming to Australia

The Kennedy Energy Park will feature Tesla’s giant grid-scale batteries.

Greenpeace’s Guide to Greener Electronics praises Apple, scolds Amazon

The organization scored the biggest gadget makers on their products’ environmental records.

Microsoft’s data centers in Ireland are getting an influx of wind power

The tech giant just agreed to purchase all of the energy from GE’s Tullahennel wind farm.

Decoy sea turtle eggs help track down poachers

The 3D-printed eggs look just like the real thing while tracking smuggling routes.

Flower-like wave energy turbines could power the coasts of Japan

The wave energy generators would help to both generate power and dissipate the power of the waves crashing against the shore.

Waterproof solar cell could go through the wash and still work

The solar cell can be stretched, bent and compressed without substantially affecting performance.

Researchers say the UK needs a better smart meter

As smart meters spread through the UK, researchers say they need upgrades to make a difference.