Signs of sustainability can be found everywhere on our campus. Explore your building and daily commute to see how sustainable design and opportunities can be a part of your life on campus, or explore our renewable energy resources and sustainability centers.
Campus Sustainability Map
Over 300 points of interest from
bottled water filling stations to sustainability centers and solar arrays. Explore the layers and see how sustainability can be found in every corner of our campus.
Additional compost locations are available for those living on campus. To compost your food waste on campus, sign up to become a Residential Composter.
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Sustainability Landscapes Trail Map
The Sustainable Landscapes Trail highlights over a dozen sites on campus designed for maximum sustainability, ecosystem services, and natural beauty using our campus as a living laboratory.
Campus Sustainable Waste Map
Waste locations may change during COVID 19. Core support for recycling and electronics remains. Building access is varied, please check with individual locations.
The Campus Sustainable Waste Map shows locations on campus where Cornell recycles, composts, and provides disposal for other types of waste like electronic goods.
Looking for more local resources?
Explore the Sustainable Finger Lakes Map, a regional map with citizen groups, businesses, and agencies that are helping to guide our region toward a more resilient economy, stronger democracy, and a healthier regional ecosystem.