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The Cornell Store Has a New Trade In Program

Get a Store gift card for select cell phones, iPod, laptops, or tablets...

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Cornell Will Make Printing Eco-Friendly

New Student Assembly resolution makes it so people have an incentive to print double sided...

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Much of Composted Materials Rejected Due to Poor Sorting

Approximately 50% of composting from Cornell retail dining and events is rejected due to poor end user sorting...

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Dining Scraps Could Power Sewage Plant

Over time the process is environmentally beneficial to the facility and community and has the potential to be economically feasible as well...

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Cleaning Closets and Need Something New?

Support local re-use efforts through donations and green purchasing...

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Statler Hotel Recycles Soap to Boost Global Hygiene

Since March, Cornell’s Statler Hotel has recycled 2,518 tiny bars of used soap through its partnership with Clean the World...

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Hotels' Green Efforts Don’t Affect Revenues

An analysis of sales and rates for 9,000 hotels shows a net neutral effect for the hotel industry’s efforts to implement sustainability....

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CU Compost Crowdfunding Campaign

CU Compost Club launched a $2500 fundraising campaign to increase Collegetown composting...

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Project Team Works to Develop Eco-Friendly Styrofoam Substitute

Students no longer have to feel guilty while drinking from a styrofoam cup, now that a Cornell project team has paired up with a company to create a more environmentally friendly alternative...

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Three Cornell Teams Given $15,000 to Support Sustainability Research

Three Cornell teams have been awarded $15,000 each from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to support their research on environmental sustainability...