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A ‘Hole’ New World: Improving the Efficiency of Water Splitting

The current generated from the water-splitting activity can be used directly to power electronic devices...

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Kimball Hall’s Green Floors Paved in LEED Gold

Kimball marks Cornell’s 18th LEED certified project, but the first on the changing face of the Engineering Quad...

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Cornell Water Tests Safe Despite Lead Controversy Nearby

Because of our historically low results for lead and copper, Cornell is on a reduced monitoring frequency of sampling every three years...

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Don't Miss Green & Cozy

Community presentations on pellet heat & energy efficiency with discounts that will knock your socks off!!

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Campus Celebrates Sustainability Month throughout April

April marks the 8th annual Sustainability Month on campus, featuring dozens of events...

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Op Ed: Bringing Cornell Together To Make Progress Toward Carbon Neutrality

We call on our faculty, students and staff to work together with flexibility and creativity, across our disciplines and programs, as we address this global challenge...

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TCAT Bus Service Changes: Opportunity to Provide Feedback

Four public information sessions planned...

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Provost and Acting President Kotlikoff Confirms Pledge to 2035 Carbon Neutrality

The new plan will seek to develop “broader and more implemental” steps toward a goal of sustainability...

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Humanities Professors Discuss Implications of Sustainability

Sustainability introduces the future as something that must always be considered in the present, yet operates within its own timeframe...

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Cornell University Assembly Tables Request for Information on Cost of Carbon Neutrality

Many people on campus feel that Cornell should make a stand on recognizing the importance of global warming and the importance of carbon neutrality...