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Key to Success of Business College Will Be Integrating Faculty

Faculty at Johnson Graduate School of Management noticed that while they have strengths in management and sustainability strategy, they lack environmental economists knowledgeable in environmental policy...

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Installation Provides New Vision for Landfill Architecture

Landfills should be seen as design opportunities and not just places we isolate and ignore...

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Climate Ride - Charitable Sustainability Bike Trip for 18-24 Year-Olds

June 17 – July 10, 2016, Portland, OR to Santa Barbara, CA,

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Professors Stress Urgency of the COP21 Paris Climate Conference

Climate change has gotten to a point where local climate impacts are changing mindsets...

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Food Science Prof Defends GMOs as Essential to Food Production

GMOs have led to some preliminary successes, but research must be expanded and popular rhetoric against GMOs should be rejected...

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Student Assembly Urges Garrett to Adhere To Skorton’s 2035 Carbon Neutrality Pledge

Student Assembly adopted a resolution urging administration to return to its original pledge of achieving carbon neutrality by 2035...

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13th Annual All Ivy Environmental and Sustainable Development Career Fair

This is the PREMIER event for recruiters and top talent to connect and discuss career opportunities associated with sustainability...

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‘Climate Change and Clean Energy’ Panel is Feb. 26

Discussion topics likely will include activism, policy, science, communications, employment in the climate change era, and how academia intersects climate problems and solutions...

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First Self-Assembled Superconductor Structure Created

There’s this effort in research to get superconducting at higher temperatures, so that you don’t have to cool anymore...

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Campus Water: New Cooling Loops Save Millions of Gallons

The new system, built for about $42,000, saves the university $24,000 annually in water, sewer and treatment costs...