Campus Sustainability News

News on campus sustainability initiatives, emerging programs, rankings, awards, student initiatives, green teams, and more from across the Cornell University campus.

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PawPrint  | Sue Brightly, January 13, 2016

Benefits of remote work arrangements include increased productivity, reduction in turnover, improved morale, eco-friendliness and cost-effectiveness.

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Two of Cornell’s programs were found to be particularly relevant: the university’s faculty tenure clock-stop policy for families with new dependents and the financial support faculty can receive to defray the cost for their dependents to accompany them on professional travel or to arrange home care for dependents while the faculty member travels.


Cornell Chronicle | Susan Lang, August 2, 2013
The 2013 Cornell University Partners in Sustainability Award (CUPSA) has been given to the Building Bridges Initiative.

Cornell Chronicle | Lauren Chambliss,  April 4,  2010

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) received the first annual Cornell Partners in Sustainability Award April 21 for its leadership and financial support.

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Cornell Chronicle | By Bill Steele, January 18, 2010
A university-wide grand opening event showed off Cornell's super-efficient Combined Heat and Power Plant, up and running since mid-December 2010, to media and representatives of state and local government.

Walter Smithers, university solid waste manager, shows off recycling bins in the Law School atrium.

From recycling to energy, Cornell is forging ahead with environmental programs in sustainable development. These are recognized as critical issues by the university's leadership and the campus is on the brink of emerging as a global leader in sustainability.


Cornell Chronicle | Henrik N. Dullea, April 17, 2001 

Vice president for administration and CFO issued a statement affirming the university's commitment to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gasses.

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Cornell Chronicle | Linda Grace-Kobas, November 17, 1997
Cornell University officials and student leaders signed a new statement on the environment.