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Permaculture Garden Grows Food for Trillium

Trillium will use food grown in the garden adjacent to Kennedy Hall...

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Two Student Teams Win Coveted EPA Prize

Two Cornell student teams – a cookstove fuel/biochar group and the AguaClara water filtration project – won the U.S. EPA's prestigious People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) Award June 19...

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Alumni, Staff Help Rebuild Town Hit by Hurricane Sandy

65 Cornellians pitched in to remove debris, build houses and create planters for recently returned senior citizens and veterans...

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Student Involved with Cross-Country Solar Airplane Flight

Cornell senior Samuel Daly is working on Solar Impulse, the world's first solar airplane...

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Green-minded Students 'Voluntour' in Peru

Eighteen Cornell students teamed up with the nonprofit WAVES for Development, which offers “surf voluntourism” programs that promote sustainable development..

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Students Put a Price on Trees for Arbor Day

This Arbor Day (4/26/13) Cornell horticulture students are hanging bright green “price tags” on trunks around the Ag Quad and in an Ithaca park to show the value of ecosystem services...

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Join an International UN Climate Change Delegation

Students are encouraged to apply for the SustainUS delegation to the UN Climate Change negotiations...

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AguaClara competes for $90,000 in EPA Research Grant Competition

After winning $15,000 in research grants from Phase I of the EPA P3 competition, AguaClara returned to D.C. last weekend to compete for $90,000 in Phase II...

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Still Looking for a Summer Job? Try Get Your GreenBack Tompkins!

This summer work-study job is in business and sustainability outreach...

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Cornell Student Trustee Candidates Share Stances on Divestment, Greek Life

Student-Elected Trustee candidates participated in a debate Tuesday, discussing their vision of the duties of a student trustee and what their main priorities would be if elected...