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Humanists Offer Critical Perspective on Climate Change

While big data studies and computer modeling can tell us something quantitatively, they don’t really give us a sense of what we might be facing as humans...

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Cornell Faculty to Expand Sustainability Conversation

The Atkinson Center launched the faculty-in-residence program in 2015 to broaden Cornell’s culture of sustainability by providing targeted support to scholars in the social sciences, humanities and arts...

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Green Machines Help NYC Schools

In addition to the technology upgrade, Cornell computing experts helped the school repair existing machines and reconfigure its computing lab...

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The U.A. Passed a Resolution Requesting the Cost of Cornell Reaching Carbon Neutrality by 2035

Proposal requests information on how reaching carbon neutrality would be funded...

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Rising Seas Puts Vietnam in Climate Change 'Bull’s-Eye'

With rising seas, millions of people in the Mekong Delta region will likely be forced to move...

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Max Zhang Helps Communities Grow Greener

Last year, Zhang guided Cornell students who had undertaken a project to reduce Tompkins County’s greenhouse gas output by 2050...

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Cornell Works With Mexican Tribe on Forest Management

A series of workshops, planning sessions and collaborative activities last summer led to a strategic conservation initiative for the mixed agricultural and forested region...

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Student Team Supports Sustainable, Collaborative Development

The aim of the project is to help increase the sustainability of the community by allowing them to harvest their own food...

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Week of the Chimes 5@5

Want to help clean up, but you can't make it to Spring Clean-up next week?

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Net-Zero Energy Building Design

Monday, May 9, 2016 at 8:30 AM - Tuesday, May 10, 2016 at 5:00 PM Ecovillage at Ithaca 218 Rachel Carson Way SONG Common House Ithaca, NY 14850