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Johnson School Innovators Compete to Build a Better Stove for Emerging Markets

Johnson school hosts a contest to design a healthier and more environmentally friendly stove for low-income families...

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Low Energy Usage Makes New 'Blue Lights' Special

Cornell is switching all campus-safety “blue lights” from energy-hogging incandescent to LED technology, at one-tenth the energy use...

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On Earth Day, Lecturer Urges 'Rethink, Restore, Reconnect'

Peter Kareiva of the Nature Conservancy was this year's Iscol lecturer...

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Young Alumnus Reports on NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program

Katie Fink '12 discusses how coal fired power plants impact communities of color...

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Natural Disasters are Especially Hard on Seniors

Professor Wethington discussed "Aging in the Age of Climate Change" with journalists...

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Johnson team wins renewable energy competition

Five students from Cornell's Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management captured first place Feb. 21 at the University of Michigan's fourth Renewable Energy Case Competition...

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Children's higher weights linked to less access to green space

Study suggests low-income children may be overweight in part because they have less access to open green space where they can play and exercise...

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Cornell Ranked Top 10 Employer for Women

National Association for Female Executives lauds Cornell

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Apply Rising Green Fellowship-deadline 2/1/13

Students looking for an exciting job preparation program with a start-up company...