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AguaClara Expands Water Efforts to India

Two AguaClara facilities, under construction in the state of Jharkhand, India, are expected to be completed this fall....

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Fresh Wall of Sustainability

Cornell students have created a thought-provoking solution: growing mint, chives and basil at a bar...

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Sea Grant Holds City of Water Day in Big Apple

On July 20, New York Sea Grant (NYSG) expanded its Discover Clean and Safe Boating Campaign into New York City for the first time...

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Stay Hydrated!

Use water bottle refilling stations on campus.....

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Two Student Teams Win Coveted EPA Prize

Two Cornell student teams – a cookstove fuel/biochar group and the AguaClara water filtration project – won the U.S. EPA's prestigious People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) Award June 19...

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Alumnus Moves from Student Activism to Working with Corporations

Christina Copeland '11 discusses how important it is to measure water use in corporations...

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AguaClara competes for $90,000 in EPA Research Grant Competition

After winning $15,000 in research grants from Phase I of the EPA P3 competition, AguaClara returned to D.C. last weekend to compete for $90,000 in Phase II...

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Cornell Water Manager Assists with Rural Water Projects in Honduras

Chris Bordlemay visited Honduras during Winter Break to offer expertise for various nonprofits and community water projects...

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Lake Source Cooling Permit Renewal Allows Lake Study to Move Forward

NYS Department of Environmental Conservation issued the final State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES) permit for Cornell's Lake Source Cooling (LSC) facility...

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AguaClara featured in Cornell Alumni Magazine!

Article highlights history of AguaClara and features quotes by students as well as staff...