On-the-go sensors could help businesses, cities pinpoint pollution

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Why not turn cars, truck and buses into fleets of data collection devices?

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On-the-go sensors could help businesses, cities pinpoint pollution

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Communities rise up to draw down on carbon

October 31, 2017 by  
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Calculating the “hopeful new math” on climate change with help from Paul Hawken’s new book.

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Tapping into Nature: Data & computing

January 14, 2016 by  
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A look to insects and synapses for lessons on data collection and processing.

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6 ways Obama can cement a legacy of climate action

January 14, 2016 by  
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Climate change took a starring role in this week’s State of the Union address, but the White House could do more in the coming months.

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Mars Curiosity rover bolsters case for life on Mars with evidence of ancient lake

December 10, 2014 by  
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NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover has turned up a curious find on the surface of Earth’s closest neighbor – evidence shows that a 96-mile-wide crater on the Red Planet may have been filled with water billions of years ago. The Guardian reports that the new findings are the result of more than two years worth of data collection by the rover, which landed inside the Gale Crater in August, 2012. The new findings provide further evidence that Mars may have once been a planet much like Earth that supported microbial life, according to scientists. Read the rest of Mars Curiosity rover bolsters case for life on Mars with evidence of ancient lake Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: ancient , crater , Curiosity , exploration , gale , lake , mars , mount , Rover , sharp , space

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How the smart grid makes sustainable buildings

November 7, 2012 by  
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Information technology, data collection and new PACE financing mechanisms are poised to make buildings smarter.

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Information technology, data collection and new PACE financing mechanisms are poised to make buildings smarter.

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How Microsoft is using data to slash its energy bills

April 24, 2012 by  
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Good data collection can not only keep a sustainability program on track, but help companies set up an effective — and potentially profitable — program in the first place.

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Satellite to Hunt Mosquitoes from Space

April 2, 2010 by  
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Image via Gizmodo The Cryosat-2 is a satellite launched by the European Space Agency to study the state of polar ice with cutting edge tech. But what’s to be done with such a satellite’s advanced radar altimeter and data collection capabilities when it’s not over the poles? You use it to hunt mosquitoes from space, of course….

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