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Cooperative Extension’s School Garden Project Grows Success

Schools took part in a research study to investigate the impact of school gardens on students’ nutrition, health and learning...

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Video- President Skorton Speaks to the 2013 Campus Sustainability Summit

The annual Presidents Sustainable Campus Committee summit brings together multiple campus partners...

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Gates Grant to Extend Knowledge in Developing World

Researchers in developing countries will gain enhanced access to agricultural research literature...

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Christine Shoemaker Wins National Engineering Award

The award is for contributions to engineering education, research and inspirational leadership...

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Faculty Agree on Viability of Electric Cars at Screening

Film was a sequel to his critically acclaimed 2006 documentary, “Who Killed the Electric Car?"

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Op Ed: Investing in a Sustainable Campus

At the core of Cornell’s mission and its land grant status lies a commitment to addressing real and challenging problems, locally within New York State, as well as globally...

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Cleaning Closets and Need Something New?

Support local re-use efforts through donations and green purchasing...

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Aeroponics to Boost NY Potato Production

A project at Cornell University could aid farmers by boosting production in a more efficient, sustainable way...

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'Pride' Award to Plantations' Cascadilla Project

Improvements to the lower entrance of Cascadilla Gorge – and a metal-artist’s gate, in particular – have earned Cornell Plantations a 2013 Pride of Ownership award from the city of Ithaca....

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Setback = Payback

Everyone can help! Last year, Cornell avoided more than $100,000 in electric energy costs during the winter break.