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Two Full-Time Sustainability Project Manager Positions Available in MIT's Office of Sustainability

MIT Office of Sustainability aims to transform MIT into a powerful model that generates new and proven ways of responding to the unprecedented challenges of a changing planet...

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Sustainability Analyst Position - University of Pennsylvania Office of Sustainability

The University of Pennsylvania, the largest private employer in Philadelphia, is a world-renowned leader in education, research, and innovation...

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Cornell and Iceland Team to Model Geothermal Energy

Iceland's Geothermal Resource Park will assist Cornell in designing a renewable energy park for possible deployment on the Cornell campus in Ithaca...

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Op Ed: Cornell’s Legacy in the 21st Century

As proud Cornelians, we too should be concerned about creating a lasting legacy we can be proud of in the 21st century in the midst of climate change...

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Atkinson Center Faculty-in-Residence Fellows Announced

Interdisciplinary group of fellows representing five Cornell colleges and schools will work on sustainability projects that span the globe...

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Ithaca Sustainability Newsletter - May 2016

Ithaca Sustainability works towards reducing GHG emissions in City and Town of Ithaca government operations and community-wide...

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In a Green Groove, Cornell Earns Fifth Gold STARS

Cornell was ranked on innovation, planning and administration, operations, public and campus engagement, and academics...

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Neighborhood Mini-Grant Application Deadline Approaching-Deadline: June 1, 2016

Sustainable Tompkins Neighborhood Mini-grant program aids with initiatives promoting environmental sustainability and social and economic vitality in Tompkins County...

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Cornell Professor Considers Impact of Climate Change Policies on Poor

Accepting that curbing carbon emissions is the right thing to do from the point of view of future generations, what do you do if the only policy instruments available to you make the poor worse off...