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  • Blog Post: Climate Change, Technology, and a Vulnerable Food Supply

    We all know that food is one of the basic elements of survival. And yet the world is transitioning from an era of food abundance to one of scarcity, driven in part by population growth and rising affluence, as well as growing water shortages and the earth’s rising temperature. In response to this...
  • Blog Post: This Week in Sustainability: New Innovations From Solar Cells to Farming

    This week Treehugger reported that a new solar cell structure designed by Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems has taken over the world record for the amount of electricity produced from solar energy. After three years of research using this particular solar cell technology,...
  • Blog Post: This Week in Sustainability: Using Big Data to Improve Accessibility to Water

    GreenBiz provides an update this week on how cloud computing is helping address the state of clean drinking water in India, where access is an ongoing problem. According to a UNICEF report, each year water-borne diseases cost India $600 million in medical bills and lost productivity. One way this problem...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Drives Green IT and Eco-friendly Agriculture in Japan

    From recycling on our Las Colinas Campus in Texas and fighting wildfires in Greece, to supporting green building in Italy and reducing our carbon footprint in Puerto Rico, we’re proud of the work Microsoft does to reduce the impact of its operations and products and drive responsible environmental...
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