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Warming Temperatures Push Chickadees Northward

The zone of overlap between two popular, closely related backyard birds is moving northward at a rate that matches warming winter temperatures...

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Statler Earns Award as Greenest Hotel in New York State

The award recognizes the Statler, which has developed a culture of integrating superior environmental management practices...

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Invitation to Participate: IDEA 2013 Campus Energy Video Contest

Deadline for video submission January 25, 2013...

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CU Compost Crowdfunding Campaign

CU Compost Club launched a $2500 fundraising campaign to increase Collegetown composting...

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Video: Energy Corps Saves Cornell $12,700

Although it is only about a year old, Energy Corps, a student organization, has already saved the University tens of thousands of dollars in energy costs while advocating sustainability on campus...

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Weeds! Harbingers of Climate Change

Weeds, those unwanted, unloved and annoying invasive plants are expanding to northern latitudes, thanks to rising temperatures...

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Take a Bite out of Carbon Pollution with Touchdown the Vampower Slayer!

In recognition of Campus Sustainability Day, October 23, join with other Cornellians to reduce our carbon footprint by checking your office outlets to eliminate wasted energy...

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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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Support Organic Ag Education at Dilmun Hill

Join the online fundraiser to improve their outdoor teaching facilities...

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President Skorton on Climate Commitment

Skorton signed the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment (PCC) following heavy lobbying by the student environmental group Kyoto Now!