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Op Ed: from President Skorton - Divestment: A Complicated Issue for Universities

Skorton explains his beliefs on divestment...

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Students Debate Potential Benefits, Risks of Divestment on Cornell

Representatives from Cornell KyotoNow! argued in favor of divestment, while the Cornell Republicans argued against divestment...

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Expo Features Flyers, Hoverers, Soarers and Wind Catchers

The first Aeronautics/Alternative Energy Expo helped raise awareness about alternative energy and aeronautics...

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Classes Use Energy Dashboard to Study Conservation

Thanks to a new online dashboard, facilities staff, students, and professors can view real-time data on water and energy consumption...

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Shoals Marine Laboratory Prepping for New 'Green' Season

Re-conditioned wind turbine blades, solar panels, and an efficient reach-in cooler are making their way to the island...

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Lake Source Cooling Permit Renewal Allows Lake Study to Move Forward

NYS Department of Environmental Conservation issued the final State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES) permit for Cornell's Lake Source Cooling (LSC) facility...

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Cornell Ecology House Wins Conservation Challenge

The Ecology House, which reduced its energy costs by 12.7 percent in three weeks, beat out 16 other residence halls to win Campus Conservation Nationals...

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Students Call for Divestment at Trustee Meeting

Video of the presentation two Kyoto Now! members made to the board of trustees...

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Prof. Lynden Archer Advances the Science of Polymers

Professor is creating better battery systems capable of storing large amounts of energy, which can lead to green solutions...

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Students Advocate for Sustainable Investments to Trustees

Members of Kyoto Now! made their case at an open session of the Cornell Board of Trustees meeting...