The carbon counter, seen here on the Deutsche Bank building in New York City, estimates and displays the amount of green house gases in our atmosphere. Photo: www.dbcca.com

The carbon counter, shown above on the Deutsche Bank building in New York City, estimates and displays the real-time amount of green house gases being released into the atmosphere. Photo: http://www.dbcca.com

From NASA’s recent green rocket to apparel brand PACT’s sustainable underwear, “green” inventions are cropping up all over the United States. Curious what the rest of the world is up to? Take a look at psfk.com’s list, “10 Eco-Inventions From Around the World.”

Keep your eyes peeled for MIT’s contribution—a real-time carbon counter, developed by the Institute’s Global Climate Change Program and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Other highlights on the list include a foot pump phone charger from the UK, and solar powered air purifiers from Singapore.