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Even Low-level PCBs Change Bird Songs

It may not kill them outright, but low-level PCB (polychlorinated biphenyls) contamination disrupts how some birds sing their songs...

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New Humanities Building Will Seek LEED Platinum Certification

The environmentally friendly building will feature a glass-enclosed atrium, a living “green” roof and radiant flooring....

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Application Deadline Extended for Sustainability Internship Program

The Sustainability Internship Program, a feature of the Sustainability Center, still has Fall 2013 placements available!

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Study Abroad with CELL Sustainability Programs!

The Center for Ecological Living and Learning offers study abroad opportunities that focus on sustainability...

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Ithaca May Kindle America's Budding Hydrogen Economy

A new hydrogen filling station – nestled in Ithaca – could help to activate a new, national energy economy...

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Breeders & Seed Savers Advance Organics Movement

Plant breeder Mark Sorrells is leading a regional effort to breed new varieties of organic heritage wheat...

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Growth Chamber Phase 3 Energy Conservation Project Saves $37,000 and 237 tons of CO2e Annually

We replaced 10 inefficient growth chambers with 6 new efficient chambers...

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Freeing Pet Catfish Can Devastate Ecosystems

Popular aquarium catfish wreak havoc in aquatic ecosystems worldwide after people set them free...

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Project Aims to Lure Locavores to the Wild Side

A collaborative project between researchers and extension educators seeks to lure locavores to the piers and public hunting lands of the Finger Lakes region...

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The Greene World: Book Depicts Field Biology as Art

New book is woven around two central themes: coming to terms with the destruction of habitat and the loss of biodiversity, and the “twists and turns of my personal quest for wildness”...