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Seizing Energy from the Rooftops

The sun’s rays hitting the roof on Cornell’s Human Ecology Building and Klarman Hall now produce energy...

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Administrator: Divestment Announcement Could Come as Early as Tuesday

The announcement could bring discussions surrounding divestment to an end...

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Garrett Addresses Campus Carbon Neutrality Goal

What we ought to focus on is: how do we produce the best research that can change the world...

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$3 Million Clean Energy Competition for Colleges and Universities in New York State

Three $1 million dollar awards for the best innovative NYS campus clean energy projects...

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Cornell Saves $168,000 in Electricity over Holidays

During the 2015 holiday closure, the university prevented an equivalent of 1,290 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions to the atmosphere...

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Op Ed: Defending the Wind Farm

An operating wind farm is not inherently dangerous, any more than a car driving or airplane flying...

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How to Succeed with a Remote Work Arrangement

Benefits of remote work arrangements include increased productivity, reduction in turnover, improved morale, eco-friendliness and cost-effectiveness...

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Tompkins County Commercial Energy Now: Winter 2015 Newsletter

The partnership between the Cornell Cooperative Extension and Tompkins County Chamber has resulted in nearly 1200 local commercial buildings taking advantage of lighting subsidies from NYSEG...