With its vast array of data centers and offices around the world, Google uses a lot of energy. By 2017, it claims it will be using 100 percent renewable energy -- or at least it will purchase enough of it to balance things out.
Looking to reduce your carbon footprint but don't want to give up your clean clothes? The Drumi, from Yirego, is a foot-powered washing machine that requires no electricity and only 10 liters of water per wash.
Razer has introduced a new mechanical keyboard for the Apple iPad Pro that uses the company's new Ultra-Low-Profile Mechanical switches for a precise feel. The switches are based on Razer's "Green" model, which is built for twitchy PC…
Marcin Jakubowski and Catarina Mota are the great minds behind the Open Building Institute. Think of it as the Github for green housing -- an "open-source eco-building toolkit to make the construction of ecological housing…
The latest electric bike on the market is the Diavelo Zeitgeist, a crowdfunded offering that is aiming to disrupt the e-Bike market with a lightweight, sleek design that is reminiscent of a performance cycle.
According to a report from the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), there are now more than 50,000 wind turbines in operation across 40 states and Puerto Rico. These turbines combine to produce 70 gigawatts of energy.
Use HomeBiogas to convert kitchen waste into usable cooking gas and liquid fertilizer. It's the ultimate in self-sustained sustainability, making it easier than ever for families in even the most urban of environments to go green.
Looking to reduce its carbon emissions, United Airlines is gearing up to fly some of its planes on poop. Partnering with a Californian biofuels company, United will start its service between LA and San Francisco this summer.
In the ultimate victory for environmental activists, Google is planning to spend $600 million on a server farm that will span 350 acres of land near Chattanooga, Alabama and will ultimately be 100 percent powered by green energy.
apanese electronics maker Kyocera Corporation unveiled the world's largest floating solar power station, which boasts 9,000 solar panels that are fully waterproof and sit comfortably atop the water's surface.
Taking the nomadic life to a whole new level, the Bratislava-based Nice Architects have developed the solar- and wind-powered Ecocapsule, a mobile home that lets you live just about anywhere in the world.