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Cornell Work and Environment Initiative

The goal of the Cornell Work and Environment Initiative is to examine new ways to improve environmental performance at work and to increase green employment opportunities.
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105 Rice Hall
Ithaca , NY 14853
Contact Person: Ed Cohen-Rosenthal, Director
Phone: 607-254-5089
Fax: 607-255-8207
E-Mail: ec23@cornell.edu
Website: http://www.cfe.cornell.edu/wei/

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The Cornell Work and Environment Initiative (WEI) was established in 1992 to address environmental issues connected to the worksite, affecting employers, workers and their communities. The program involves management, trade unions, government as well as environmental and community organizations to achieve creative solutions. Too often these groups are opponents in the debate rather than partners in creating solutions.

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