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Cornell's Sutton Road Solar Farm Opens in Geneva

Construction of the solar farm, a 17-acre facility featuring 9,120 photovoltaic panels located off Sutton Road in Seneca, New York, started last spring and is Cornell’s second megawatt-scale solar project...

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Beyond Milkweed: Monarchs Face Habitat, Nectar Threats

Sparse autumnal nectar sources, weather and habitat fragmentation could be the blame for monarch butterfly population declines...

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Cornell Faculty to Expand Sustainability Conversation

The Atkinson Center launched the faculty-in-residence program in 2015 to broaden Cornell’s culture of sustainability by providing targeted support to scholars in the social sciences, humanities and arts...

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Connecting The Quantum Dots: Cornell Researchers Step Towards Better Electronics

This is useful for potentially creating optoelectronic devices or even low-powered computing devices...

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Op Ed: Yale Divests, and Cornell Fights a Rising Tide

The question now is not if Cornell will divest, but whether Cornell will be one of the first Ivies to divest, or one of the last....

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Green Machines Help NYC Schools

In addition to the technology upgrade, Cornell computing experts helped the school repair existing machines and reconfigure its computing lab...

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Cornell Students Partner With Local Businesses to Supply Energy to Nepal

We are putting a system in place that is helping entire communities rebuild from the earthquakes and improve their lives...

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Cornellians Aim To Launch New Cross-College Environment and Sustainability Major

Faculty members decided to develop plans for the major in response to growing demand from students currently majoring in environment and sustainability science...

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The U.A. Passed a Resolution Requesting the Cost of Cornell Reaching Carbon Neutrality by 2035

Proposal requests information on how reaching carbon neutrality would be funded...