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Johnson team wins renewable energy competition

Five students from Cornell's Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management captured first place Feb. 21 at the University of Michigan's fourth Renewable Energy Case Competition...

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After Tiny School Lunchroom Changes, Teens Consume More Fruit, Veggies

Simple changes could also be effective in cafeterias of other organizations..

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NRDC Blog Highlights Cornell's Sports Greening Efforts

Cornell hosted two events to advance its work in athletics sustainability...

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Op Ed: The Case for Divestment

Student summarizes the benefits of divestment...

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Op Ed: Why Environmentalists Need to Embrace Changing Demographics

Student perspective on population growth and environmentalism...

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Clara Dickson Hall Leading the Energy Conservation Competition

Clara Dickson Hall leads with Hans Bethe House in 2nd...

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Statler Hall Energy Conservation Project Saves $220,000 annually

New space temperature and lighting controls stop unwanted energy usage...

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3/16/13 - Solar Tour Dryden Open House

Dryden group shines light on alternative energy...

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Children's higher weights linked to less access to green space

Study suggests low-income children may be overweight in part because they have less access to open green space where they can play and exercise...

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Cornell Reduces Greenhouse Emissions by 7 Percent From 2010-12

Achievement brings Cornell closer to carbon neutrality...