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There's Still Time to Comment on the NYS Energy Plan!

Comments on the NYS Energy Plan will be taken through May 30, 2014

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Johnson's Green Fund to Help Combat Climate Change

Johnson Graduate School of Management’s Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise launched a green revolving fund to enhance energy conservation efforts in campus buildings...

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Control Methane Now, Greenhouse Gas Expert Warns

Cornell ecology professor fears that we may not be many years away from an environmental tipping point – and disaster...

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New Battery Test Center Adds Zip to New York Economy

Replacing gasoline economy with better batteries may be accelerated thanks to unique battery testing capabilities at Cornell...

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Cornell University Assembly Votes Against Fossil Fuel Divestment

The University Assembly became the first Cornell assembly to call against divesting the University’s endowment from the fossil fuel industry...

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Vintage Sheldon Court Wins Energy Contest

Cornell’s venerable Sheldon Court earned first place in Unplugged 2014, the university's first annual energy saving competition among dormitories...

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Threats Seen to 3 Billion Birds in Vast Canadian Forest

Report calls for saving half of the 1.5 billion acres of North America's boreal forest – one of the world's last great forests – to protect the habitat for more than 300 migratory bird species...

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Op Ed: Divestment: The Folly of Dismissing Symbolism

David Beavers argues that we shouldn't be dismissive of the symbolic act of divestment...

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Study Backs Retrofitting Cayuga Power Plant

TCAD-commissioned study finds converting would offer economic benefits...