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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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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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Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist Sheryl WuDunn ’81 Discusses China’s Shortcomings in Lecture

Although China is a global leader in renewable technologies, overcoming its environmental problems is not simple...

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Max Zhang Helps Communities Grow Greener

Last year, Zhang guided Cornell students who had undertaken a project to reduce Tompkins County’s greenhouse gas output by 2050...

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Ithaca Planning Board Discusses Maplewood Apartment Plan and New Green Parking Lot

The developers indicated a larger focus on environmental sustainability in later stages of the development of the project...

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A ‘Hole’ New World: Improving the Efficiency of Water Splitting

The current generated from the water-splitting activity can be used directly to power electronic devices...

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Kimball Hall’s Green Floors Paved in LEED Gold

Kimball marks Cornell’s 18th LEED certified project, but the first on the changing face of the Engineering Quad...