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There exist two major contributions of network technology to reduce CO2 levels: reducing the energy consumption of the network itself, and supporting areas of application to reduce CO2 levels. The impact of the latter is potentially higher. Therefore, we present TUDµNet, a testbed for a metropolitan-scale heterogeneous sensor network with hundreds of nodes that help monitor and control CO2 levels in urban areas. Our testbed has four major application domains where it is being applied: TUdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-37977-2_11 fatcat:3xbpokhidjfr5hoag5xyypmw5i