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Cornell Tech to Build First Passive House Residential High-rise

The building will become the beacon of the Cornell Tech campus and a symbol of the school’s commitment to sustainability...

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Book Details How Biofuel Policies Affect Food Prices

"The Economics of Biofuel Policies: Impacts on Price Volatility in Grain and Oilseed Markets” shows how biofuel policies create a link between crop and biofuel prices, affecting agricultural producers and consumers worldwide...

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Program Director Position Available for Solar Tompkins' New “HeatSmart Tompkins” Initiative

The Solar Tompkins Board of Directors is conducting a search for a Program Director for this year’s HeatSmart Tompkins program...

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Scientists Expect More Coral Disease Under Climate Change

As greater atmospheric carbon dioxide boosts sea temperatures, tropical corals face a bleak future...

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Op Ed: Skorton and the Coal Divestment Resolution

Resolution #36, Divestment from Coal: Towards a Sustainable Endowment, should have been far from controversial, since Cornell has not had any direct holdings in coal for over 7 years....

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Social Sciences, Arts, Humanities Focus of Atkinson Center Pilot

Cornell’s Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future has selected 11 faculty members for the pilot class of its new Fellowship for Humanities, Social Sciences and Arts...

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Ted Danson Uses Celebrity to Fight for Healthy Oceans

On April 20, delivering the Jill and Ken Iscol Distinguished Environmental Lecture on campus, actor and activist Ted Danson spoke about his journey of ocean advocacy...

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Creating the Urban Eden

In honor of Earth Day and Arbor Day, posters will be displayed on 50 trees on the Ag Quad to describe the ecosystem services those trees provide...

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Student Jobs: Summer Sustainability Research Fellowships Available at MIT's Office of Sustainability

Working closely with MIT’s Office of Sustainability to advance key campus initiatives...