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Over Break, Cornell Students Build Sustainable House in Nicaragua

Students begin building an affordable and green home as part of CUSD Sustainable Neighborhoods Nicaragua...

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Lynah Rink Energy Conservation Project Saves Money & Energy

The office and locker rooms more comfortable and energy use decreased…

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Cornell Professors Support President's Statements on Climate Change

Wolfe and DeGaetano comment on Obama’s call for U.S. leadership...

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Apply Rising Green Fellowship-deadline 2/1/13

Students looking for an exciting job preparation program with a start-up company...

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Duffield Hall Energy Conservation Project Saves Money & Energy

Duffield clean room one of few in world to significantly reduce air energy usage…

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New Survey Shows Cornellians' Beliefs and Behaviors about Energy Usage

A report based on an energy-use survey at Cornell was released, and the findings could help Cornellians save energy....

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Fracking Fight in Tompkins County Intensifies

Tompkins County Legislature slammed the state last week for purportedly failing to be transparent as it moves to regulate ‘fracking’ in New York...

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Ithaca Spotlighted for Cornell's Combined Heat and Power Efforts

A district energy scheme in Ithaca, US, spotlights a trend for community-led, low-carbon schemes to pick gas-fired combined heat and power (CHP) over intermittent renewables...

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From Skeptic to Supporter

Former GOP Rep. shifts climate views...

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Fellowships Offer 'New Brand of Science' to Solve Issues

The new NatureNet Science Fellows Program is intended to help develop a new breed of interdisciplinary scientists with academic savvy, skills, and opportunity to solve real-world problems...