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Refurbished Warren Hall Certified LEED Platinum

Steeped in economic and social science history, Cornell’s Warren Hall – refurbished, renovated and reinvigorated for teaching and research long into the new century...

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Cornell Alumnus Embarks on Carbon Neutral Road Trip

Brian Kent ’95 said he wants to disprove misconceptions about electric cars...

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Op Ed: A Fair Deal for TCAT - Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit

Cornell administration formalized its commitment to increase payments to TCAT in June...

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Nano-style Sheets May Aid Health, Shield Ecosystem

The tiny iron oxide particles on the fiber surfaces can help clean toxic chemicals from water...

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Tompkins Food Scrap Recycling Expands

A new food scrap drop spot is planned for East Hill, and a food scrap recycling bay at the Solid Waste Center is slated for construction, according to a news release...

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Join Cornell's First ECO Fall Fest!

On August 30, 2015, the Cornell Environmental Collaborative will host a club fair oriented exclusively toward sustainability-focused organizations...

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Some Honeybee Colonies Adapt in Wake of Deadly Mites

A new genetics study of wild honeybees offers clues to how a population has adapted to a mite that has devastated bee colonies worldwide...

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Energy Program a Smart Idea

A new countywide program to offer geothermal and airsource heat pumps, as well as energy-saving home improvements is now moving forward...

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Cornell Recognized as One of America's Greenest Universities

Greenest Colleges list names the 39 U.S. colleges and universities that have earned the highest STARS ratings...

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Energy and Sustainability Intern Positions with City of Ithaca and Town of Ithaca

The City of Ithaca and Town of Ithaca are looking to hire a student (undergraduate or graduate) or recent graduate for a part-time position for the fall 2015 semester...