comments

Cornell Scales Princeton Review’s Green Pantheon

Cornell scored the highest score in the just-released 2014 Green Honor Roll, the Princeton Review’s environmental ratings...

comments

Sierra Ranks Cornell Fifth Among ‘Coolest’ Schools

Cornell emphasizes environmental responsibility...

comments

AguaClara Expands Water Efforts to India

Two AguaClara facilities, under construction in the state of Jharkhand, India, are expected to be completed this fall....

comments

Cornell Gives Award to Local Building Bridges Initiative

The 2013 Cornell University Partners in Sustainability Award (CUPSA) has been given to the Building Bridges Initiative...

comments

Turning Tired Land into Energizing Liquid Gold

Growers in New York state may one day turn craggy, rugged and lumpy marginal land into a virtual, perennial fountain of liquid energy gold...

comments

Leasing the Sun: Tompkins Towns Take Advantage of Deal to Go Solar

In an effort to move toward energy independence and save taxpayers money, many municipalities in Tompkins are going solar...

comments

Growth Chamber Phase 2 Energy Conservation Project Saves $42,000 and 270 tons of CO2e Annually

Lighting system retrofit results in more uniform lighting,less maintenance and energy cost in the chambers...

comments

Intern Positions Available with the Town of Ithaca!

Ithaca is seeking a Sustainability Planning Intern and a Sustainability and Outreach Intern - apply by August 19...

comments

Cornell Gives Cornell University Partners in Sustainability Award to Local Building Bridges Initiative

President Sustainable Campus Committee recognizes that students, staff, and regional partners play a critical role in the sustainable transformation of the Cornell campus...

comments

Fresh Wall of Sustainability

Cornell students have created a thought-provoking solution: growing mint, chives and basil at a bar...