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Cornell cuts ties to clothing manufacturer over labor abuses

President David Skorton severed the university's business relationship with the global sports clothing manufacturer adidas

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Human Ecology Building earns LEED Platinum rating

Human Ecology Building is Cornell's first LEED Platinum certified building

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NYTimes Environmental Journalist Speaks at Cornell

Andrew Revkin is an environmental blogger at DotEarth he addresses the problems facing the world in the next fifty year...

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Wireless data centers could be faster, cheaper, greener

Cornell scientists have proposed an innovative wireless design that could greatly reduce the cost and power consumption...

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Mann Library Garden Certified by 'Green' Landscape System

A space that flanks Mann Library entrance is Ione of only 11 landscapes in the country to be certified by the Sustainable Sites Initiative (SITES)...

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Greeks’ Tailgate at Cornell Homecoming Reduces Waste

This year, landfill waste from the Greek tailgate was reduced by 75 percent from 2010..

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Fracking: A Role for Universities

In creative partnership with government and industry, universities can help make sure we get it right...

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Students and Professors ask Skorton to Sever Adidas Contract

Cornell Committee recommends severing apparel contract with Adidas, citing labor abuses the company allegedly committed in 2011

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Cornell is first Ivy to be certified for sustainable seafood

Cornell first Ivy League school to be certified for its use of sustainable seafood...

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Pre-Orientation Service Trips engage new students in public service

Incoming students come to Cornell early to engage in service activities throughout the community...