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Mini Waste Bins Coming to Plant Science Building

Following success in bin deployment in Humphreys Service Building, new pilot encourages engagement in waste management...

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Cornell Eases Water Use Restrictions, Still Urges Conservation

Drought persists but critical water concerns are subsiding...

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National PARKing Day Aims to Green the World

Students bring attention to the need for more open, urban space...

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Energy Smackdown: Every Drop Counts Competition Underway

Targeted educational efforts in the residence halls and campus buildings focus on the water-energy nexus

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City of Ithaca to Push Water Conservation as Reservoir Dwindles

The amount of water it's taking in is less than or equal to the amount that's going out...

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Cornell Emergency Team Restricts Water Usage, Warns Drought Could Mandate ‘Water Rationing’

If current trends continue, there will not be enough potable — clean and treated — water to meet typical demands...

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Cornell Summer Course Maps History, Future of Green Cities

An effort to frame the possibilities and real-world workings of the next stage of human civilization for high school students...

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4 Key Questions About the Drought and the City of Ithaca's Response

Exploring the City of Ithaca's most pressing challenges during the summer drought...

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Cornell Issues Water Use Restrictions as Drought Worsens

If we don’t reduce our overall water consumption, we may have insufficient potable water to supply the demands of campus this August...

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ECO's Second Dialogue: Putting Action Into Climate Action!

Speakers of different backgrounds, but with a shared passion for leading sustainable initiatives, shared its difficulties and successes...